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KW (Keller Williams) Southwest Sponsors the Parks Youth Ranch Cowboy Up Event

Chad St. Jean and approximately 400 KW Southwest Agents join forces sponsor Parks Youth Ranch and practice the company mantra “Giving where we live.”

Sugar Land, TX – Keller Williams Southwest is saddling up for success as they sponsor the Parks Youth Ranch Cowboy Up annual event on October 1, 2016 at 7pm at the George Ranch Historical Park Arena in Richmond, TX. The event is a fundraiser with great food, fun boot-worthy dancing, silent and live auctions, crafts, and much more. Since its inauguration in 2013, the Cowboy Up event supporters have helped raise more than $500,000 in donations to fund operations of the emergency shelter for at-risk and homeless children.

The mission of the Parks Youth Ranch is to provide emergency shelter, counseling, and life changing services to at risk and homeless youth. Through strong and effective community partnerships with a sustainable financial base, the youth receiving treatment at the Parks Youth Ranch are empowered with coping skills, hope, and achievable goals and no longer at risk of being homeless.

Volunteering opportunities at Parks Youth Ranch vary from planning events, organizing community outreach activities, assisting with the administrative needs of the office, mentoring, and tutoring.

About KW (Keller Williams) Southwest

At KW Southwest, the company philosophy is simple, “Give where you live.” At the core of the KW Southwest philosophy is the conviction that who you do business with matters. They believe the company we keep can contribute to our lives in untold ways.

KW Southwest believes real estate is a local business driven by individual associates and their presence within the community. KW Southwest operates on the premise that if the company focuses all its resources on building the agents’ businesses, the agents will build the company beyond all expectations. With this philosophy, KWSW is reshaping the industry landscape in Fort Bend.



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