Real estate commission gives to Promise House

The Texas Real Estate Commission’s Associate Leadership Council renovated and expanded a 2,000-square-foot space for Promise House to use as a multipurpose room for its clients.

The update is estimated at $100,000. The young real estate agents put in some 2,000 volunteer hours planning, moving, painting, carpeting, doing construction, cleaning up the site and landscaping. They also elicited donated materials and services.

Promise House is an Oak Cliff-based charity that helps homeless and at-risk youth. They have shelters and educational and outreach programs.

Here are some pictures from the ribbon cutting Thursday.

By |2011-04-29T12:11:40-05:00April 29th, 2011|Business, News, Nonprofits and Volunteers|Comments Off on Real estate commission gives to Promise House

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