Bridge to Home Selected as Keller Williams Realty’s Non-profit of the Year Santa Clarita Realty Employees Help Out at Shelter
Bridge To Home would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of Keller Williams Realty employees, as well as their spirit of community service, upon selecting Bridge To Home as their Non-profit of the Year for 2018. Keller Williams spent Thursday, May 10 taking part in “RED Day” (Renew, Energize, Donate) at Bridge to Home. Employees lent a helping hand at Bridge To Home with landscaping, cleaning, organizing supplies, improving facilities and collecting critical food and water donations for our clients. Keller Williams annually observes RED Day in an extraordinary nationwide volunteer effort to better the communities they serve.
Bridge To Home models services on a comprehensive “housing first approach” for individuals experiencing homelessness in the Santa Clarita Valley. By helping them transition from emergency, through permanent housing, with services such as an emergency winter shelter, case management, housing navigation and medical clinics.
“For those who have fallen on hard times, Bridge To Home provides them with relief, hope and the knowledge that they have a place to go and someone to turn to,” said Executive Director Silvia Gutierrez. “We receive funding through private and public grants, but we always need more support. We couldn’t serve the community as well as we do without donations and volunteers, like those from Keller Williams.”
A culture of volunteerism is vital in the City of Santa Clarita, and Bridge To Home also commends Keller Williams’ efforts. To find out about needed donations or to volunteer with us at Bridge To Home, please visit www.BtoHome.org, contact email@example.com, or call 661-254-4663 for more opportunities.
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