Welcome to Friday all. Ukraine is still on my mind. Below is continued amplification in providing a streamlined way to help the People of Ukraine. As of March 18th, 11:47am we have raised $30,978.18. Bravo Windermere; bravo.
This week however I am adding back in an element of what we do – real estate. This morning I mic’d up Windermere broker, Kristin Munger for our 5th “cup of coffee” around stats. Together we honed in on use of stats to help win (thru education), a deconstruction of median prices (townhome vs residential), condo conversation and continued “power of the scroll” – getting specific to NWMLS area in knowing your numbers. Each “area” tells both a similar & different story. 23 minutes and 42 seconds with us – here.
…and, below a blog post on repeat from last week in supporting the people of Ukraine via the Windermere Foundation. While we navigate our lives locally – Ukraine is still on my mind.
Supporting the People of Ukraine Via the Windermere Foundation
Over the past couple of weeks, the people of Ukraine have had their lives turned upside down and their livelihoods pushed to the brink. Millions have fled, and those who remain are joining in the nation’s valiant resistance to the Russian invasion. As Russia’s military presence in Ukraine continues, it is vital that the Ukrainian people receive aid and support.
Here’s how you can help the people of Ukraine via the Windermere Foundation:
We’ve set up a Windermere Foundation Qgiv page to benefit three organizations providing direct aid in Ukraine: Save the Children, whose donations provide children and families with food, water, hygiene kits, and other immediate aid; Global Giving, whose current $15 million Ukraine Crisis Relief Fund is supporting humanitarian assistance in impacted communities in Ukraine and surrounding regions where Ukrainian refugees have fled; and World Central Kitchen, who is serving thousands of meals to Ukrainian families.
All in, for Ukraine. All in, for the Windermere Foundation.