Since 1989, the Windermere Foundation has supported low-income and homeless families in the western US. Earlier this year, the Foundation proudly exceeded $44 million in donations.

2021 was an active year to give back to Windermere. Our offices have continued support their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, donating time and money to local organizations. In June Windermere celebrated his 37e Annual Community Service Day, which involved agents and personnel from across the Windermere footprint to partner with local organizations serving a variety of needs. When all was said and done, this year’s Community Service Day resulted in hundreds of volunteer hours and more than $269,000 in donations.

Thanks to the efforts of Windermere agents, owners and staff, the Windermere Foundation raised over $1 million in the first half from 2021. This included the Windermere Lloyd Tower office that collaborated with Forward Women, an organization that educates and improves the low-income Latina population in the Portland area. The Windermere Coeur d’Alene office cooperated Second harvest to set up a mobile market at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds to feed those in need, and the Windermere Spokane office in collaboration with Vitalant to set up a blood drive for local blood banks with depleted supplies due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information about the Windermere Foundation, please visit: windermerfoundation.com. Click the Donate button below to support programs in your community.

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