Real estate company, Keller Williams will give back to several Jamaicans through its annual RED Day celebrations today (May 11).
Keller Williams Jamaica associates will put their real estate businesses on pause to give back to their local communities.
“Keller Williams RED Day is an amazing tradition that shows the heart of the Keller Williams culture in action. RED Day is an annual event of giving back to the communities in which the company operates. It displays the extraordinary impact a company can have when individuals come together to work as a team. All for the greater good of everyone,” the company said in a statement.
RED Day, which stands for ‘renew’, ‘energise’ and ‘Donate’, is a global day of service in its 15th year. Each year, on the second Thursday in May, Keller Williams agents from around the world take the time from their busy schedule to give back to those in need.
Three local charity beneficiaries
The event mobilises the company’s 179,000-plus associates in 1,000 offices to select a deserving charity or organisation and dedicate the entire day to serving its recipients.
According to the company, RED Day usually involve a host of activities, “KW associates rebuilds homes, refurbish local parks, give to local food shelters, host blood dives, host beach clean ups and so much more.”
This year a total of three charities have been selected to benefit from this year’s RED Day event.
The Sandhurst Early Childhood Development Centre in Kingston, the Mustard Seed Community in Ocho Rios and Westhaven Children’s Home in Montego Bay will benefit from the company’s donations.
RED Day 2023 is set to begin at 8:30 am and will go up until 5:00 pm.