Serving Our Community

One of the hallmarks of Windermere Real Estate is our service to our communities and we are committed to helping the areas in which we live and work.  We do this through a variety of projects and activities specific to each office as well as donations to the Windermere Foundation. 

The Windermere Foundation was founded in 1989 to support low-income and homeless families and well as children via donations to non-profit agencies who serve this clientele.  The Foundation is funded through voluntary donations from Windermere agents and staff as well as automatic per transaction contributions.

The Alderwood office of Windermere Real Estate takes great pleasure and joy in serving our community and all of Snohomish County in many ways, including:

Community Service Day (CSD) – Windermere's annual community work day where we shut down all offices for the day to serve our communities through a variety of work projects.
Over the years our projects have included planting, rotatilling, and staking at the Red Barn Community Farm, outbuilding construction, trimming walking trails and cleaning kennels at PAWS, sorting food at the Mountlake Terrace Food Bank, painting and yard clean-up at Kiwanis House Women's Shelter, and working on a variety of projects for the Lynnwood Boys and Girls Club.
Back to School Event – We have been teaming up for a number of years with Windermere Foundation and the Edmonds School District for their annual Back-to-School fair to provide filled back-packs to low-income families. 
Golf Tournaments – We are one of the organizing offices for the Annual Windermere Foundation Golf Tournament, held every July.  In addition to being a lot of fun, the tournament raises money for Housing Hope of Snohomish County.

We also are home to a number of wonderful golfers who have won the Windermere Legends Golf Tournament an amazing 7 out of 10 times! Congratulations Team!

Annual Holiday Project – The project changes yearly but not the giving. Over the years we've helped with food baskets for homeless students, work at Christmas House, held clothing drives (talk about cleaning out closets!) and food drives, and bought presents and food for families we've adopted.