Keller Williams San Francisco Participates in Annual Volunteer Day

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Associates at Real Estate company, Keller Williams San Francisco, will spend May 11 giving back to the local community.

RED Day is truly one of my favorite days of the year because we are touching hundreds of lives nationwide and globally as one company.

On May 11, associates at Keller Williams San Francisco will participate in RED Day, Keller Williams Realty International’s annual day of service, dedicated to renewing, energizing and donating (RED) to local communities.

As part of the RED Day effort, Keller Williams San Francisco will spend the day with Gr8er Good Games in San Francisco’s Mission District. Gr8er Good Games will lead Keller Williams San Francisco associates through their “Random Acts of Kindness” game, where teams will solve clues to race to secret locations and perform volunteering tasks. Challenges include making hero capes for sick children, preparing sandwiches for the homeless, up-cycling crayons for disadvantaged children, cleaning up trash, packaging kits for the homeless, and cutting out fabric to be used in blankets for traumatized children.

"As a residential, luxury, and commercial real estate company, our business directly affects the face of the city and its economic future," said Jon Banasky, Marketing Director of Keller Williams San Francisco. “With that kind of impact, it’s important that we stay connected to our local communities and help address some of the issues the city is facing.”

“RED Day is truly one of my favorite days of the year because we are touching hundreds of lives nationwide and globally as one company,” said Wendy Davis, CEO and Team Leader of Keller Williams San Francisco. “I’m so proud that we are the largest real estate company in the world, but we care about our community in a bigger way than just making sales. San Francisco is getting a taste of what Keller Williams stands for and how we define our culture for our agents. I look forward to touching each district one by one as we grow throughout the city.”

Since the first RED Day in 2009, Keller Williams associates have given hundreds of thousands of hours of community service through activities ranging from food and blood drives to rebuilding homes and schools for community members in need.

RED Day at Keller Williams San Francisco is led by Rob Costabile, Agent Leadership Council member and chair of the office Culture Committee. Other RED Day organizers on the Culture Committee include in Blanca Aguirre, Jon Banasky, Danielle Bloch, James Cullen, and Antony Erlec.

For more information about RED Day, visit

About Keller Williams San Francisco

Keller Williams San Francisco is a branch of the internationally acclaimed real estate company, Keller Williams Realty International. The San Francisco branch just wrapped its most successful quarter to date, finishing second company wide in agent growth and third in production among all new Keller Williams office launches. San Francisco Realtors, Marian Sichel, Jennifer Rosdail, and Dotty Hopkins were honored to be ranked among the nation's top producing 50 Keller Williams agents.

KWSF holds the belief that high quality agents deliver superior client experiences. Buyers and sellers working with Keller Williams are connected with a network of 150,000 real estate consultants located in over 800 offices worldwide.

The culture of Keller Williams is among best in the industry, so much so that it has been studied in-depth by Stanford University, and Keller Williams is repeatedly named the number one training organization in the world, across all industries. Visit the link here to read Stanford’s case study on Keller Williams culture.

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