Bill and Kathy Kieselhorst
Prudential Northwest Properties broker and veteran missionary Bill Kieselhorst traveled to Nigeria to help dedicate two wells paid for by the congregation of his church, Gresham’s East Hill. Through East Hill’s Advent Conspiracy movement, members of the church donated money that would typically have been spent on Christmas presents this past December. They raised more than $70,000, which allowed them to provide $20,000 in clothing and gift cards to local homeless students, along with purchasing clean water wells for the Nigerian villages of Fadan Karshi and Aban.
Bill, thank you for the difference you are making in the lives of so many people around the world. We’re proud to have you on the Prudential Northwest Properties Team!
Put on your poker face and join us at the Red Lion on the River on Saturday, May 15th for a Texas Hold ’em tournament to benefit Transitional Youth.
$100 buy-in / $50 add-on / $50 re-buy
Top 20 players get to pick their prize – a week stay in Cancun, a $750 Visa card, and many more to choose from!
This will be a quality game run by the professionals at Wild Bill’s and will include casino-style Hold ’em tables, casino quality chips, professional dealers and tournament director, complete blind and timing structure.
Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase on-site.
Download registration and info here.
Paid registration must be received by April 12, 2010. Questions? Contact Aaron Dalgord at 360-601-1718 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help homeless youth by joining us for a great afternoon of golf at Oregon Golf Club!
Register individually or as a team of four for this fun scramble tournament. Click here to download a registration form.
$150 registration fee includes: Green fees, practice balls, bbq dinner and a chance to win prizes
12:00 shotgun start
Net proceeds will go directly to Transitional Youth, the non-profit organization founded by Prudential Northwest Properties President Bert Waugh, Jr.
Transitional Youth provides outreach, support and housing to local homeless youth in need. To learn more, please visit www.TransitionalYouth.org
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.
In case you missed it, here’s a short clip about Transitional Youth’s Home on the Range that recently ran on KOIN Local 6.
Jermain and Justin get acquainted with the animals
Take a look at the video and you’ll have a better understanding of how Transitional Youth is helping local homeless youth get their lives on track for success at Home on the Range…
Click here to watch the video.
Jermaine and Justin are settled in their new home and are excited about the opportunities ahead.
Your support of Transitional Youth makes these kinds of successes possible.