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Windermere Real Estate Raises $32K for Assistance Dogs of Hawaiʻi

April 10, 2017, 3:01 PM HST
* Updated April 10, 3:04 PM
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Wailea Realty Corp., a Boutique of Windermere Real Estate owners, Brad MacArthur and Tom Tezak, announced that their office raised $32,000 for Assistance Dogs of Hawaiʻi.

The money was raised by donating $1,000 from every home sale their agents represented during the month of March.

The Wailea Realty Corp., a Boutique of Windermere Real team and one of the dogs, Wilson, from Assistance Dogs of Hawaii. Photo Courtesy

The donation will be made via the Windermere Foundation, which has contributed over $33 million towards improving lives in communities where Windermere agents live and work.

“We are so thankful to Wailea Realty and the Windermere Foundation for their incredible generosity,” said Mo Maurer, Executive Director of Assistance Dogs of Hawaiʻi, adding, “This donation will go a long way towards helping us provide more Assistance Dogs, free of charge, to those in need.”

“Assistance Dogs of Hawaiʻi provides an invaluable resource to both children and adults in our community who have disabilities, so that they can reach their highest potential,” said MacArthur.

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Tezak added, “We’re honored to have the opportunity to support an organization that is doing so much for our neighbors in need.”

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Assistance Dogs of Hawaiʻi is a non-profit organization that provides children and adults with disabilities professionally trained dogs that increase their independence and enhance the quality of their lives. They are committed to serving people in Hawaiʻi with special needs and provide the dogs and their care free of charge.

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