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March 29, 2016
Headwaters Realty's mission is improving our local community through providing education, support, and value.
We do this by providing education, support, and value to our clients through the home buying or selling process; to our agents through our exemplary mentorship program; and to nonprofits through our community engagement volunteer projects.
The Headwaters Realty volunteer program began in June 2014. We have two main focus areas: education and the environment. As a company, we organize four volunteer projects per year that fit into one of the above focus areas. We invite our past and present clients, friends, and families to join us at our volunteer projects.
We are committed to making our volunteering efforts an integral part of how we do business. A portion of all commissions goes toward our community engagement projects. We hire agents who also believe in this mission and each agent organizes one volunteer project per year with the local nonprofit of their choice.
We believe that by volunteering and giving back to the community, we have the ability to affect change and improve where we live, work, and play.
We were honored to be selected as the United Way Corporate Volunteer Hero. We believe that even a small group of passionate people can make a big difference and we were proud to also be able to make a big impact in 2016 with the help of our agents, clients, family, and friends.
In 2016, we partnered with several other Business Cares members on our volunteer projects. By partnering with other businesses, we are able to increase our impact by bringing additional volunteers and funds to the nonprofits where we volunteer.
First Presbyterian Church of Boulder Homeless Lunch, Fort Collins High School, The Gardens on Spring Creek, Homeless Gear, La Familia, Loveland Rotary Youth Programs, Teaching Tree, Wildlands Restoration Volunteers, The Matthews House, and United Way of Larimer County
Last year, we supported nine different local nonprofit organizations by organizing volunteer projects and donations. In 2016, we completed a wide range of projects including: supporting educational programs at Teaching Tree and Loveland Rotary youth programs; garden clean up with the Gardens on Spring Creek; restoration work along the Big Thompson river with Wildlands Restoration volunteers; cleaning, organizing, and painting projects with La Familia; and putting together non-parishable food kits for Homeless Gear.
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