100% of Agents with BHG Highland Partners Donated Time and Resources in 2013
Posted by Cathy Harrington — November 26, 2013
PIEDMONT, CA – One hundred percent of the agents in Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Highland Partners participated in charitable causes in Piedmont, Oakland and Berkeley during 2013.
“We are out in the communities we serve every day, and when we see a need, we do our best to fill it,” said Heidi Marchesotti, Partner with Highland Partners. “With involvement in over 40 active charity organizations, we are very proud of the work our agents are doing in the communities they serve.”
Some of the organizations that Highland Partners agents and their families participated in during 2013 include: Sponsor of The Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland 75th Anniversary Gala on December 6, Sponsor of The Holy Ball for Cancer League, Children’s Hospital of Oakland, Oakland Playworks, Oakland, Berkeley and Piedmont public schools, various children’s sports organizations, the East Bay Agency for Children and more.
“All of our agents are totally engaged in giving back to the community, and they carefully chose organizations that are close to their heart, to truly make a difference,” said Partner Debbi DiMaggio.
In addition to donating financial support, the agents at Highland Partners also donated their time for causes such as cleaning and maintaining the campuses for Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland, participating in Habitat for Humanity, working at various food banks or cleaning up Montclair Park, Lake Merritt and other neighborhoods. For a full list of the organizations that Highland Partners supports, click here.
We really appreciate the great commitment of these real estate agents and employees. It’s part of our culture here. We all take great pride in what we return to our communities.” said Partner Adam Betta.
About Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Highland Partners
Our heritage began with the founding of Mason-McDuffie Real Estate in 1887. We are the 26th largest real estate services firm in the nation (REALTrends 500), and Number Two in the San Francisco East Bay (SF Business Times). The company provides comprehensive solutions to home buyers and sellers, and handled 6,500 transactions in 2012, generating $2.8 billion in sales volume. For more information, go to the BHG Highland Partners website.