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Windermere Community Service Day 2018!

Community Post Professional Headshot of Community Post June 14, 2018

Every year since 1984, Windermere associates have dedicated a day of work to complete improvement projects in their local neighborhoods as part of Windermere's Community Service Day. This year, over 95 Windermere Professional Partners REALTORS®, Managers, and Staff spent time with three organizations in Pierce County: The Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center in Tacoma, The Emergency Food Network’s Mother Earth Farm in Puyallup, and Evergreen Elementary School in the Key Peninsula. In true Pacific Northwest form, it was a bit of a drizzly day, but that didn’t stop the Windermere Professional Partners team from getting out there and completing some truly amazing work!

The Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center in Tacoma

The Multicultural Child and Family Hope Center is a non-profit human services agency whose mission is to provide culturally relevant support services to children and families through daycare, Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs, and DSHS contracted services. Click here to learn more, and be sure to check out their blog here!

The Emergency Food Network’s Mother Earth Farm in Puyallup

Emergency Food Network’s Mother Earth Farm is an 8-acre organic farm located in the beautiful Puyallup Valley. The farm distributes more than 100,000 pounds of fresh fruit, vegetables, and herbs annually to Pierce County food banks and meal sites. Food from the farm is available to food banks within 24-hours of harvest. To learn more about Mother Earth Farm and how you can get involved, click here!

Evergreen Elementary School in the Key Peninsula

Evergreen Elementary School is a part of the Peninsula School District. Windermere Professional Partners helped clear blackberry bushes and foliage for additional portables and an outdoor learning area! Click here to learn more about Evergreen Elementary!

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