Red Shoe Homes - a division of Keller Williams Energy - we believe that it's important to be active and give back to the community we work in. We have helped build homes locally, our annual Turkey Drive as well as Santa Feeds Families helps feed families in need on the holidays. We will update our events as they approach, and we sincerely appreciate your donations to our community!
Our annual "Santa Feeds Families" every November is an afternoon of crafts, treats, pictures with Santa and an auction table with ALL our proceeds going towards our Keller Williams Energy "Turkey Drive". The Turkey Drive feeds needy families in Durham region a Christmas turkey dinner with all the fixings. Last year we fed 2000 families and hope with the help of our community, to surpass that and feed even more families this year.
To see why we do Santa Feeds Families every year, watch our video
from last years Turkey Drive. Give where you live.
Every April Keller Williams holds RED Day - an acronym which stands for Renew, Energize, Donate. We have helped change youth establishments by volunteering our time and resources through paint, carpentry, landscaping - any job that may be required for our “Red Day” campaign. Our most recent recipient was Sunrise Youth Group in Whitby. Nova’s Ark in Brooklin, the Boys and Girls Club of Durham and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Clarington have been our previous years recipients.
Red Shoe Homes called on our neighbours in Brooklin to help us donate to Feed The Need Durham. We walked the neighbourhood and knocked on doors, leaving donation bags to fill. The generosity of everyone meant we were able to contribute to the food bank, something they are always in need of, year round. To learn what this wonderful volunteer run place does and how you can help, visit their website at
Our annual Easter egg hunt is free for everyone...with one hitch - all we ask is you bring new or gently used clothing to donate to The Denise House in Oshawa, a support centre for women and children in Durham who need emergency shelter and support. To learn more about this amazing place and how you can help, visit their website at
We were thrilled to be a part of the 100 Women Who Care, Brooklin. Sadly the Brooklin chapter had to close it's doors, however, there are other chapters in the Durham region. For more information and to learn how you can be a part on this amazing initiative, search online
100 Women Who Care to be directed to a chapter local to you.