We would like to recognize the generosity of our brokers and their dedication to enriching their communities. Coldwell Banker Bain firmly believes that we are the best because of the quality of our brokers.
Coldwell Banker Bain | Vancouver East & West
In September our 2 Vancouver offices joined up with Habitat for Humanity for 2 separate events. On September 19th we were a corporate sponsor for the annual “raise the roof” breakfast at the Vancouver Hilton. This event is the largest annual fundraiser which brought in over 600 people in attendance and raised over $136,000. On September 29th, 15 brokers from our two offices joined up with other volunteers at the McKibbon Commons development, a 10 lot community in SE Vancouver. The day involved framing walls and interior drywall work. Even through the rain, the group had a successful day and enjoyed the fellowship of other volunteers and the owners of one of the future homes. Each homeowner has to put in hundreds of “sweat equity” hours toward their own home and it was a joy to see the look on their faces as each wall was going up on their new home.
Coldwell Banker BAIN offices in Vancouver have been volunteering multiple time each year with different build days and clean up days known as “Brush with Kindness”. This is a great way for our brokers to give back to the community in which we live and work in each day
Coldwell Banker Bain | Puyallup
With our day to day busy lives, we sometimes put certain things on the back burner. Between family and work, life can be hectic and community service sometimes get forgotten about. Here at the Puyallup office, we decided not only to help our community but the environment too. We have adopted 3 1-mile stretched of unincorporated Pierce county roads. Our first road clean up took place September 20th and there were four volunteers from the Puyallup office to help with the launch of our Adopt-A-Road program: Elizabeth Abbgy, Betty Codute, Amanda Woods, and Jennifer Anderson. Passerby's would honk and give us the thumb's up. We collected 7 bags of trash and with those 7 bags an hour and a half commitment we made an impact on our community and our environment. We are doing the road cleanups on a monthly basis and looking for people to help. We have it scheduled out through December and you don't have to commit to every month. If you don't want to help with ours you should consider finding a stretch of road to maintain in your area. For more information on our Adopt A Road program please contact Elizabeth Abbgy or the Puyallup office.