Cindy Paur Attends the 14th Annual Ladies on The Links Golf Tournament & Luncheon
On June 13th, Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty Broker Cindy Paur attended the 14th Annual Ladies on the Links Golf Tournament & Luncheon, a fund raising event to benefit The First Tee of Greater Seattle. The successful day began with a 9-hole game at the Broadmoor Golf Club before guests gathered for an incredible lunch.
“The mission of First Tee is to positively impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill good values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf,” said Paur. “The Northwest Chapter of First Tee is recognized as one of the strongest chapters nationally. It is my pleasure to be a part of First Tee and participate in their major fund raising event every year.”
RSIR Is Honor Roll Realtors® Founding Member Firm for Bellevue Schools Foundation Annual Spring Luncheon
On Friday, May 7th, more than a dozen representatives of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) joined an estimated 1,200 event supporters at the Bellevue Schools Foundation’s annual luncheon held at the Bellevue Hyatt Hotel. As the Founding Member Firm for the Honor Roll Realtors® program, RSIR was a featured exhibitor showcasing property listings, recent publications including the Q1-2016 Market Report, the all-Mandarin Seattle Luxury Living Magazine and the exclusive Collection Magazine.
“We are proud to be the Founding Member Firm for the Honor Roll Realtors® program and to support the Bellevue School Foundation,” said Stacy Jones, Vice President and Owner of RSIR. “We are also pleased to acknowledge our founding committee sponsor brokers that matched the commitment to become a significant sponsor of the program.”
Jones thanks Cindy Paur, Becky Gray, Mary Nelson, Kathy Madsen as well as Mary Norris & Paige Norris Fujii – leading real estate professionals each sponsoring brokers and leading real estate professionals on the Eastside.
Supporting Treehouse for Kids
Treehouse was founded in 1988 by DSHS social workers who saw the deprivation often faced by children in foster care. They held bake sales and car washes so they could provide the little things needed to help children feel loved and capable. These small efforts have blossomed. With the support of tens of thousands of generous donors and many caring and committed partners across our community, Treehouse provides clothes, toys, and school supplies at our Wearhouse, and access to critical extracurricular activities and community resources through our Little Wishes program – bringing support to thousands of children in foster care each year.
Today, Treehouse is embarking on our most important work yet: helping foster youth in King County graduate high school at the same rate as their peers with a plan for their future. Treehouse’s goal addresses the alarmingly high dropout rate among high school students in foster care. Building on a quarter century of practice and the best research available, Treehouse is addressing this problem in an efficient, scalable, and replicable manner. Treehouse is uniquely committed to partnering with school systems, government agencies, caregivers, social workers, and funders to change the trajectory of kids in foster care by helping them make it to graduation day and beyond.