Keller Williams agents join in service project

Juli Jacobson, a team leader with Keller Williams Colorado West Realty, greets a mustang during a RED Day project at Steadfast Steeds in Glade Park. (Photo courtesy Keller Williams Colorado West Realty)
Juli Jacobson, a team leader with Keller Williams Colorado West Realty, greets a mustang during a RED Day project at Steadfast Steeds in Glade Park. (Photo courtesy Keller Williams Colorado West Realty)

Forty real estate agents from Keller Williams Realty and some of their family members donated their time to complete various projects at Steadfast Steeds in Glade Park.

Five other agents contributed money and materials for the projects as part of RED Day, an annual day of service named for the goals of renew, energize and donate.

The agents cleaned gardens, painted a workshop, repaired a gate and removed weeds. They also cleared an area and constructed a labyrinth designed to serve as a place where clients of Steadfast Steeds will release worries and reclaim hope.

Keller Williams agents also made plant hangers and bird houses as gifts to Steadfast Steeds. Chris Garza brought his Italian ice cart and donated proceeds from sales to Steadfast Steeds.

Operated by Tracy and Blaine Scott, Steadfast Steeds offers a sanctuary for mustangs and burros. The Scotts also offer interactive experiences with mustangs, including seminars and retreats designed to build corporate teams, develop leadership, help people develop connections and self-awareness and assist family and professional caregivers deal with fatigue. Hiking, outdoor photography and rafting excursions also are offered.

Keller Williams Realty introduced RED Day in 2009 as an annual day in which agents spend a day away from business to serve organizations and causes in their communities.

RED Day activities range from blood drives and donating to food shelters to rebuilding homes and refurbishing parks.