Keller Williams makes donation to Boys & Girls Club

The staff of the Boys & Girls Club of Johnson City/Washington County prepares to receive several carloads of donated items from employees of Keller Williams Realty last Thursday. The donations were made as part of Keller Williams Realty’s Red Day initiative.

Every year, Keller Williams Realty celebrates Red Day on the second Thursday of May by completing a service project to help improve the community.

Last Thursday, employees from the Keller Williams location in Johnson City formed a caravan and drove to the Boys & Girls Club of Johnson City/Washington County where they unloaded several carloads of items. The donated items will provide a major boost for the club, which reopened in a limited capacity this week after an extended closure due to the COVID-19 epidemic.

When it is safe to do so, Keller Williams employees plan to return to the club and do some work on the gym and kitchen areas.

Robin Crumley, president and CEO of the local Boys & Girls Club, loads items into the club.
Mallory McKinney holds a sign up as her mother Sarah prepares to drop off some items.
Elena Crowe (left) of Keller Williams loads items onto a cart as Boys & Girls Club staff member Belle Camp processes the donation.

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