Denver, CO (PRWEB) April 20, 2016
RE/MAX Masters Millennium’s Beth Davis recently announced she will be donating 10 percent of every listing commission in the name of the seller to one of several charities. “I feel it’s important to give back, especially to the communities where we live and work,” said Davis. “There are so many wonderful things going on in real estate that it’s a great way to help others.”
Charities that Davis’ clients can choose to donate to include Habitat for Humanity, Compassion International, SafeHouse Denver, the Denver Dumb Friends League or a donation that goes directly to the school of their choice to help with the program of their choice. Donating to Habitat for Humanity helps families break the cycle of poverty and build long-term financial security. A donation to Compassion International will help a child living in poverty, while donating to SafeHouse Denver will help support victims of domestic violence and their children.
“I am also offering the option to donate to the Denver Dumb Friends League, which will help them provide safe shelter, vital services and loving care to homeless pets,” said Davis. “Homeless animals that can’t help themselves need generous, caring people to give them a second chance to be loved.”
About Beth Davis, RE/MAX Masters Millennium
Beth Davis services Greenwood Village, Centennial, Highlands Ranch, Aurora, Parker, Denver, Littleton and Castle Rock, CO. For more information, call Beth at (303) 517-3020. The office is located at 6020 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 100, Greenwood Village, CO.
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