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Celebrating Windermere’s 35th Community Service Day

Windermere Silverdale Community Service Day

Photos courtesy of Steven Boe.

With shovels, paintbrushes, and smiles we celebrated Windermere’s 35th annual Community Service Day on June 9, 2019. Every year since 1984, Windermere closes its offices for one day to help make a difference in our communities. This year, our Windermere Silverdale office volunteered at Paws of Bremerton, which provides rescue and adoption services for cats as well as low-cost vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries.

It’s always a privilege to get to connect with wonderful organizations like Paws of Bremerton. We helped update their facilities inside and out. Some of their rooms needed a fresh coat of paint so we got right to it. We also did yard work around their building to ensure that everything is in excellent condition for summer.

It was a productive day and we were all happy to participate. “I enjoy giving back to the community with fellow brokers and seeing our efforts impact a positive outcome for organizations who need additional assistance to reach their goals,” said Property Manager Dawn Clay.

Working alongside our neighbors to make a positive impact has actually made quite a difference over the years. Since every Windermere office volunteers their time, we’ve collectively contributed over one million hours of community service in the past 35 years, and we look forward to doing even more in the years to come.

Posted by: Tori Dotson on June 14, 2019