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KW Partners with Queens Together
April 30, 2020 at 9:55am | Ron Ferrara
Each year on the second Thursday of May, Keller Williams celebrates RED Day. On this day we close our office and dedicate time to community service. Making a difference in the lives of others and bettering the communities that we serve lies at the heart of the Keller Williams culture. Over time, a growing number of our family members and friends continue to participate in this extraordinary event. It embodies the generous spirit and commitment associates have to “giving back” to the cities and towns they live and work in.
This year Keller Williams Landmark I & II are partnering with Queens Together to try and offer a financial lifeline to our neighborhood's food businesses - who in turn provide nourishing meals to front-line health care professionals, military personnel, essential workers, and those facing hunger across Queens.
Help Us Reach Our $6000 Goal - No Donation Is Too Small!
We believe a food secure future starts with what we do today. Our “Plate it Forward" initiative puts this idea into action with grassroots support for neighborhood food businesses who in turn provide nutritious meals to people in need.
We create, implement and manage novel systems that address unprecedented hunger and harm to local economies. We do this by using our roots in the food business and history of community activism to see issues on the ground and activate solutions that:
Provide income to food businesses, their workers and others in the community
Build partnerships with local organizations and volunteer networks
Deliver meals for people facing food insecurity across Queens