Portland, May 1st. There’s a nice new trend emerging in the real estate community. Renaissance Homes partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of Portland for a book drive during their Ultimate Open House Tour. Krista Boyd, Amanda Andruss, Randy Sebastian and his daughter, Rachel enjoyed visiting at the food and wine event. Renaissance Homes hosted the special evening event with a chef from Zeppos Restaurant. Guests were asked to bring a book to donate and be entered to win an iPad, courtesy of Directors Mortgage. 

Visitors bring books for kids

Visitors bring books for kids

“We want to be part in giving back to the community in which we serve and inspire others to do the same,” says Renaissance Homes President, Randy Sebastian. “The Boys and Girls Club is a natural fit because we are passionate about meeting the needs of local families.” 

One of the new homes featured was at 2446 N Humboldt, in the Overlook neighborhood of Portland.

One of the new homes featured was at 2446 N Humboldt, in the Overlook neighborhood of Portland.

 

Gus Farah, Kelly Asmus and Stephanie Chadwick

Gus Farah, Kelly Asmus and Stephanie Chadwick

From the Boys and Girls Club of Portland:

Mission Statement
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.

History
Since 1946, Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland has been providing thousands of young people throughout the Portland metro area with affordable, high-quality after-school and summer programs designed to help them develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Our Clubs offer kids what they want most: safe, clean, fun places to go when they’re not in school; caring adults who respect and guide them; and challenging programs that teach them life skills and keep them engaged in productive activities.