Prudential Northwest Properties got extensive exposure in Pamplin Media Group’s recent special publication Realtors Make Things Happen.
Bert’s motivational and philanthropic endeavors were featured (page 4), along with Rob Levy’s progressive use of technology (page 12), and the value of the current and accurate market data in our Property Investment Profile, Market Tracker and HomeFinder Pro consumer reports (page 14).
Jermaine and Justin, the first residents of Transitional Youth's Home on the Range.
The non-profit organization founded by Prudential Northwest Properties president Bert Waugh Jr., was selected as one of The Oregonian’s Season of Sharing beneficiaries. Each year, the newspaper selects families, individuals and nonprofit agencies in need throughout Oregon and southwest Washington. Transitional Youth is fortunate to have been selected this year.
We’re thankful for the support and exposure this will bring to homeless youth in the greater Portland metro area. A sincere thank you to The Oregonian.
Prudential Northwest Properties is sponsoring the Prineville Realtors Quarterly Meeting today from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at the Meadow Lakes Restaurant at the golf course. This is a fund raiser to aid St Vincent de Paul’s efforts to provide more than 3,000 food baskets to those in need in Crook County this holiday season. A donation of $10 will purchase 70 lbs of food toward this goal.
Thanks to Bob McClung and the super Central Oregon team for supporting those in need.
KOIN News Channel 6 came to the West Portland office to tape a segment about their “LOVE BOX for the Holidays” drive for the Troops in Iraq. They had a ‘packing party’ on Monday and KOIN News came to the office to cover the event. Thanks to the efforts and coordination of Lynne McIntyre, they adopted 26 soldiers for the holidays and packed care boxes for them. They were also able to provide regulation helmet liners that were handmade by a few of our agents, and Nike donated 26 dry-fit shirts! Rothana Mao, West Portland’s receptionist, was key in facilitating the drive. Her husband is stationed in Iraq and he was instrumental in getting us shirt sizes, wish lists, etc.
The gifts from West Portland are packed and ready for shipment to the troops overseas! Each box is thoughtfully filled with gifts from home, specifically chosen for each soldier.
Thanks West Portland, for coming together in support of this wonderful effort!
Prudential Northwest Properties’ Janet Dalton, a longtime member of the Lake Oswego branch and a strong Transitional Youth advocate, was recently featured in The Times for her exceptional community service contributions. Read the full story here…
Thanks for all your hard work and dedication, Janet! We’re proud to have you on the Prudential team!
McMinnville agents send gifts to soldiers in Iraq.
Ron Schock and the agents in the McMinnveille branch office adopted some soldiers who will be spending the holidays far away from home. This photo is from their “boxing party.” They had a party to pack the boxes of donations to go to a battalion in Iraq. “We sent 13 boxes filled with comfort and Christmas items to help these soldiers have a home connection through the holiday,” said Ron. “I was really filled with pride that the agents donated so much and on top of that donated for shipping overseas. We aren’t having a formal Christmas party this year. We all feel so blessed and don’t need gifts or trinkets so we had some lunch brought in, signed some cards, packed the boxes and then a few agents took them to be mailed.”
Transitional Youth recently held it’s first “Hungry for a Future” radio-thon, generating contributions of over $26,000 through website donations, matching funds and call-ins to KPDQ 93.9 FM! The busy phone bank was manned by several Transitional Youth staff members and volunteers, along with Prudential Northwest Properties agents from around the metro area.
We asked listers to contribute funds to help us feed homeless youth Thanksgiving meals at the Transitional Youth outreach center in downtown Portland. The community stepped up and far surpassed our expectations. A heartfelt thanks to everyone who gave generously in support of homeless youth. To learn more about how Transitional Youth is helping to improve the lifes of youth living on the streets, please visit www.TransitionalYouth.org.