KW Cares Top 10 donors

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

Recently Keller Williams President Mary Tennant characterized the philosophy at Keller Williams as 'a culture of success' during her State of the Culture address at the Mega Leadership Camp, and “At the heart of our culture is our shared commitment to help those in need,” she said.

This commitment was the motivating passion of Chairman Mo Anderson whom in  2003 established KW Cares. A 501(c)(3)  public charity that raises money through Keller Williams offices across North America. Today it is supported by all KW associates. This charity is the heart of the Keller Williams Realty culture in action – finding and serving the higher purpose of business through charitable giving in the communities where our agents live and work.  KW Cares continues to support extraordinary personal challenges of Keller Williams associates and their families, in need during times of regional, national, and personal crisis.

2013 certainly saw it’s fair share of natural disasters and Keller Williams associates supported each other in big ways including the wildfires in Colorado and Hurricane Sandy in the Northeast. Every Keller Williams team has their own way of giving back to their communities, including those of the KW Cares that they are involved in. See The Don Callahan Team's community involvement. See Keller Williams top 10 donors at the video below:

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