What is Red Day? Red Day (Renew, Energize and Donate) is an initiative dedicated to celebrating Keller Williams Realty’s year-round commitment to improving our local communities. Each year, on the second Thursday in May, tens of thousands of associates from around the world close their offices to “give where they live.” These agents participate in a wide range of projects, devoting their time to renewing and energizing aspects of the neighborhoods in which they serve. RED Day initiatives run the gamut: From rebuilding homes, refurbishing local parks, giving to local food shelters, hosting blood drives, beautifying beaches and so much more. Projects are chosen by each individual market center based on a need they see within its community.
This event is an entrenched part of Keller Williams Realty’s culture and displays the extraordinary effect a company can have when individuals come together to work as a team for the greater good of everyone. As one associate with the Indianapolis/Carmel Market Center wrote: “RED Day isn’t about cleaning up a park. It is a one-day expression of what happens 24/7 in the Keller Williams culture. It is seeing a need, discovering who can meet that need and then getting it done.” “RED Day exemplifies our culture of abundance,” Keller Williams CEO John Davis said. “Our associates donate literally hundreds of thousands of hours … leveraging their time and talents to give back to their communities and make a difference in people’s lives!”
In partnership with Aloha Harvest, KW Honolulu agents, leadership and staff gathered at Ka Makana Ali'i Shopping Center to do a safe, and contactless drive through food distribution to 1000+ families.
KW Honolulu agents and staff gathered at Sand Island Park and donated hundreds of man hours towards beautifying the recreational area. We collectively gathered and discarded over 600 lbs of cigarette butts, bottles, rubbish and miscellaneous trash that was destroying the park.
KW Honolulu agents, staff and friends gathered for a fun day of golf at Pearl Country Club. It was an all-day event that raised more than $7,000 USD. The money was donated to Harvest Family Life Ministries and St. Nick's Project.