KINGWOOD, TX - Keller Williams Realty Northeast in Kingwood announced that it raised $30,000 from hosting the KWCares American Bandstand Relived gala last October. A check for $27,000 was presented to the Village Learning & Achievement Center for children and adults with disabilities. The remainder of the funds raised was donated to KWCares charities, which supports Keller Williams Realty associates and their families faced with extreme hardship as a result of a sudden emergency.
Attending the check presentation at the Village Learning & Achievement Center are (from left): Keller Williams Northeast associates Chris Sears, Debra Row, Lisa Dempsey, Denise Mack and Amy McIntee along with VLAC founder Kim Brusatori and villagers Jennifer Arceneaux and Tina Smith.
Brusatori said that the funds will be used to make upgrades to the organization’s two facilities: the new Center at Plum Valley and the Village at Stoney Glen residence – both in Kingwood. On behalf of Keller Williams, Denise Mack, the gala’s co-chair, thanked the event’s sponsors and said: “It’s been a labor of love for us all.”
KWCares American Bandstand Relived sponsors included: Tribune Newspaper; Houston Chronicle; Observer Newspaper; Stewart Title; Fidelity Title; Chicago Title; Wells Fargo Home Mortgage; Keller Williams Realty Northeast; Genesis Mortgage; First American Title, Diana Coleman – Keller Williams; Lone Star Mortgage; Eagle Springs, Summerwood and Fall Creek Developments; Agnes A. Green – Advanced Financial Services; Registered Representative ELP for Dave Ramsey; and Friendswood Development.