Trussville Keller Williams members volunteer at Prescott House in community program
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Members of the Keller Williams team in Trussville regularly take part in what they call Renew, Energize and Donate, or RED Day, a community outreach program that serves people in and outside the city.
“Each year on the second Thursday of May, we celebrate RED Day as a part of our legacy worth leaving,” Keller Williams said in a statement. “Making a difference in the lives of others and bettering the communities that we serve lies at the heart of the Keller Williams culture. This observance defines who we are and is a natural extension of our commitment to the highest level of professional customer service.”
Earlier this month, members took part in the program at a house in Birmingham. The Prescott House saw volunteers come out to help clean the area, mow the lawn and clip bushes. The Prescott House is a non-profit child advocacy center.
“Our associates and staff worked on the grounds, pressure washing their ‘house’, cleaning out the basement and helping arrange the video closet that’s used to help the children. We are appreciate of those so giving of their time and efforts at The Prescott House and were blessed to be able to give back to them.”
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