SILVERCREEK GIVES | 2021 RECAP

Our Silvercreek agents proved their commitment to serving our Idaho Communities through their diligent volunteerism and financial donations this year! Check out this 2021 recap of our brokerage philanthropy efforts.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE

We are so grateful for the generosity of our organization. The impact our agents and staff make on our Idaho communities is a reflection on their commitment to serve. A huge thank you to the Silvercreek® Philanthropy Committee and Kristin Cole for organizing efforts, and to the Doughty Family for matching donations to the following:

Financial donations to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Muscular Dystrophy Foundation, Idaho Humane Society, the American Red Cross, the Closet, Rays for Rare, Meridian Youth Kiwanis, and the Dick Eardley Senior Center.

In-kind donations to the Women & Children’s Alliance, Allona’s Angels, International Rescue Committee, Hope Lane, St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House, Interfaith Sanctuary, Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Jared Box, Haven Temporary Shelter, Dress for Success and the Boise Rescue Mission, Idaho Humane Society, Purses with Purpose, and the American Red Cross.

The brokerage also adopted 16 families and 5 seniors for Christmas, 
provided volunteers for Paint the Town, Rake Up Boise, the Salvation Army, and supported countless other agent-led activities and events. 

2021 QUARTERLY FOCUS

You can read more about our brokerage wide quarterly philanthropy efforts through the following links:

Q1: Idaho Humane Society
Food and blanket drive, financial donation

Q2: Empowering Women Statewide
Clothing and toiletry drive

Q3: Code Red / American Red Cross
Blood drive Financial donation

Q4: Hope for the Holidays
Toy and clothing drive Adopting families and seniors, various financial donations

2021 MONTHLY HIGHLIGHTS

Click each link below to see our monthly featured philanthropies throughout the year. Would you like to see your favorite philanthropy featured in 2022? Email liz@silvercreekrealty.com.

JOIN OUR EFFORTS

Our leadership team along with our Silvercreek Philanthropy Committee are in the planning phase for 2022. While our quarterly efforts have been selected, we are taking suggestions for our monthly featured philanthropies. Please email Liz@silvercreekrealty.com with submissions! Furthermore, if you would like to join our Silvercreek Philanthropy Committee please email Kristin@silvercreekrealty.com.

CALLING ON OUR SILVERCREEK® AGENTS

Listed above is merely a reflection of our corporate philanthropy efforts; WE KNOW YOU DO SO MUCH MORE!!! We want to recognize you!!!

PLEASE comment below with your name, your business, and your personal efforts for the year!

8 thoughts on “SILVERCREEK GIVES | 2021 RECAP”

  1. My name is Donna Wade and my business is 4D Real Estate. I sponsored a single mom and daughter for Christmas through the CATCH program this year. I gave gifts that both of them requested along with a surprise or two. I also donated funds to the Idaho Foodbank and two clients pitched in $150 each to add to our amount. I also donated to a school books fundraiser for Filer. Our family donates to numerous other organizations throughout the year. We wholeheartedly believe in community-mindedness and charitable giving as part of giving back to our community. Being able to give feels wonderful!

  2. Lindy Bower says:

    I was blessed and was able to ring the bell twice
    For Salvation Army also brought app. 7 suits for dress for success also gave clothing to the closet. I make and deliver homemade chicken noodle soup and grilled cheese sandwiches to people that are ill Vounteered for Ronald Mcdonald home
    I give to several organizations. I have
    Payed for someones grocerys, buy lunch to a table of policeman or military and people in need I don’t normally talk about it because I don’t do it for reconition it warms my heart.

  3. Worked with the school librarian and funded a new section with books for kids in grades 1-6 with learning differences and visual impairments.

  4. Laurel Adams says:

    I adopt the Salubria Care Center in Cambridge every year. This year, it amounted to 10 residents and 15 staff members. Every resident and every employee got a Christmas gift bag. Residents each got a crossword book and a word search book, chocolates, peppermint candies and canes, lip moisturizer, sanitizer, lotion, pens, a scarf, a Christmassy wall hanging ornament, tissues.

    Staff got popcorn, hot chocolate, a movie ticket to Reel Theater in Ontario with movie sized candy boxes, large tubes of hand lotion, sanitizer, chapsticks, tissues, and a Christmas card that said ‘In my book, you are a hero. Merry Christmas.’

    I’ve had a good year and am so very grateful to be able to pass it forward in some small way.

  5. Ruby Walsh says:

    SEICAA-Meals on Wheels sponsor, Socks for Seniors sponsor & volunteer.

    Salvation Army-Kettle ringing & kettle match sponsor and I sit on the Advisory Board.

    SD25-sponsoring kids in need identified by the admin staff at the school.

    SD25-Greenacres tshirt sponsor

    CASA-monetary donation yearly
    Aid for Friends-monetary donation yearly
    Pocatello Free Clinic-monetary donation yearly
    Bannock Youth Foundation-monetary donation yearly

    Pocatello Outdoor Rec-volunteer at events
    Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber-volunteer at events
    ISU Alumni Association-board member and volunteer at events

  6. Andrea Pettitt’s team, Boise Group, again curated an annual art collection by 12 local artists. We commissioned each artist to paint an original piece (paid each of them $250) that we could make into prints for client closing gifts.

    We also repeated our annual program of donating $1000 to each of 12 local, nonprofit arts organizations (one/month): Story Story Night, The Cabin, Off Center Dance Project, Surel’s Place, Boise Baroque Orchestra, Open Arms Dance Project, Boise Contemporary Theater, Alley Repertory Theater, Boise Open Studios Collective, Opera Idaho, Treasure Valley Artists Alliance, and Project Flux.

  7. Idaho Home Realty’s growing team supported and held several events this year to give back to our local community.

    Several members of the team donated time by serving food at Boise Rescue Mission’s Great Thanksgiving Dinner, feeding over 600 people. We also donated $1000 to the Boise Rescue Mission.

    In the month of December, Idaho Home Realty held our 1st Annual Toy Drive. We called it “Stuff The Truck”! Over the course of 4 weeks we collected countless toys and cash donations for St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital. This event was extremely successful and we look forward to making it bigger and better in 2022!

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