Keller Williams VOLUNTEER DAY at United Way

Keller Williams of Clovis Volunteers at United Way for Safe Summers and Strong Families


Clovis, NM—May 2, 2016— Keller Williams of Clovis associates chose to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, Keller Williams' annual day of service on Thursday, May 12, dedicated to renewing, energizing and donating to local communities.


As part of the RED Day effort, Keller Williams of Clovis will spend the day with United Way of Eastern New Mexico.  United Way of Eastern New Mexico touches the community in so many ways:  from fighting homelessness and child abuse to helping our elderly and disabled.


"I am proud to be a Keller Williams Associate because RED Day is built on the belief that people can and should come together to achieve extraordinary things to help others," said Amy Holmes, Keller Williams of Clovis.  “This year, we will pitch in on several projects at United Way—helping deliver Summer Activity Guides to school children; organizing and straightening up the Career Closet;  and cleaning out an over-stuffed storage room.


“ RED Day is a one-day expression of the constant state of the Keller Williams culture. We see a need, discover who can meet it and get it done,” said Bob Townsend.


“We love it when local companies take time to volunteer and give back to the community,” said Erinn Burch, Director of United Way of Eastern New Mexico.  “ Being chosen by Keller Williams Realty is a treat for United Way. They are providing some very timely help. We are about to print 12,000 Summer Activity Guides chock full of great safe, fun things for kids and families this summer and we need lots of help to get those distributed to the 25 schools and 38 other community sites in Curry and Roosevelt counties. Plus we just finished a successful Yard Sale for our Successful You Career Closet and now need help and hands to get hundreds of clothes items sorted and rehung on the racks. In addition to all that, KW folks will help us tackle our storage room—sorting, culling, and organizing all the donated items, files and seasonal decore that collect over the years. There is plenty of work to be done and we invite others from the community to come out and lend a hand!”


Since the first RED Day in 2009, Keller Williams associates and their friends and  families 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. For more information about RED Day, visit (


The Keller Williams Realty of Clovis, located at 810 E 21st St, Clovis 

 is a full-service real estate firm with 8 sales associates.




About Keller Williams Realty, Inc.:
Austin-Texas based Keller Williams Realty, Inc. is the largest real estate franchise by agent count in the world with more than 790 offices and 134,000 associates across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia. In 2015, Training Magazine named Keller Williams the No. 1 training organization across all industries in the world.

Since 1983, Keller Williams has grown exponentially and continues to cultivate an agent-centric, education-based, technology-driven culture that rewards agents as stakeholders. The company also provides specialized agents in luxury homes, commercial and farm and ranch properties. 

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About United Way of Eastern New Mexico

United Way of Eastern New Mexico is a local human service organization focusing charitable giving on the issues and needs families of Roosevelt and Curry counties. UWENM is the largest grant maker in our area funding 33 programs at 15 local agencies that fight child abuse and domestic violence; end hunger; take care of our elderly and disabled; fight homelessness; and provide youth development. UWENM also provides direct service through 2-1-1 information referral line; Game Changers; the Successful You Career Closet; and the Volunteer Action Center. In 2015, UWENM staff helped over 2,100 of our neighbors—connect to the help they needed, avoid homelessness, improve their employment situation, and volunteer with local non-profits that changes lives.


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