White Picket Real Estate-Keller Williams Louisville East has officially partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless to donate 5% of the net proceeds from each client transaction to the nonprofit to help end homelessness locally.
White Picket is a new company in the Louisville real estate market and was founded by an active young professional in Louisville. “We are fortunate to work with clients buying and selling real estate and we want to do everything we can to help everyone feel home,” said Kyle Elmore, President of White Picket Real Estate.
Catherine McGeeney, Development Director for the Coalition for the Homeless, expressed gratitude to White Picket. “We are thrilled to be the beneficiaries of White Picket’s generosity, and we admire that they are not only helping their clients find the homes of their dreams, but that they are also helping to make housing a reality for Louisville’s neediest citizens.”
There will be a kick-off event to celebrate the partnership on Thursday, August 13, at Norton Commons at the new outdoor pavilion. The fundraiser will be presented by sponsors White Picket and First Liberty Financial Mortgage and there will be live music and food. More details will be released in the coming weeks.
About White Picket Real Estate
White Picket Real Estate is a Louisville real estate company out of the Keller Williams Louisville East brokerage. White Picket works with buyers, sellers + investors in the Louisville and Oldham County markets. White Picket works with clients to find the home of their dreams or to sell their current home for maximum value. White Picket donate 5% of their net proceeds to the Coalition for the Homeless to end homelessness in Louisville. For more information, visit whitepicketky.com or find us on Facebook at facebook.com/whitepicketky.
About The Coalition for the Homeless
The Coalition for the Homeless is a nonprofit with a mission to prevent and end homelessness in Louisville. The Coalition has a three-pronged approach to this mission: advocacy, education, and coordination of their 29 member agencies who provide a variety of services to the homeless throughout the city. This year, the Coalition is working with the Mayor’s Office and several local nonprofits to coordinate an end to homelessness for Louisville’s veterans by the end of the year. For more information, visit www.louhomeless.org, call (502) 636-9550, or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LouHomeless.