Every year Windermere closes its offices for one day to help make a positive difference in our local communities. Thirty years and more than one million hours of community service later, we've continued this tradition through neighborhood-enhancing projects in the areas where our Windermere teams live, work, and play.


Here's who the Windermere Eastside offices served this year:  





Attain Housing 

Windermere Kirkland Yarrow Bay cleaned and landscaped Attain Housing's Salisbury Court, transitional housing for people facing a homeless crisis.  

Boys & Girls Club of Bellevue

Windermere Bellevue West pitched in at the Boys & Girls Club of Bellevue to clean up the landscaping, spread fresh bark and fill the sandboxes with new sand. 

Eastside Baby Corner

Windermere Issaquah met at Eastside Baby Corner to clean, install shelves and organize all the donated baby items that are distributed to families in need. 


Windermere Kirkland Northeast collected donations of food and sorted items at a local Hopelink food bank serving homeless and low-income families.  

Jubilee REACH 

Windermere Bellevue brightened up the facility at Jubilee REACH with plenty of cleaning, weeding, gardening, pressure washing, and painting.

Little Bit  

Windermere Bellevue Commons replaced rail posts and cleaned fencing at Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center to get them ready for their horse shows. 

Mamma's Hands  

Windermere Bellevue South built shelves, installed cabinets and did roofing for transitional homes that Mamma's Hands provides for women and children in crisis.    

Mercerdale Park 

Windermere Mercer Island got Mercerdale Park ready for summer activities by weeding, cleaning up the flower beds and spreading fresh bark.

Northshore Senior Center 

Windermere Northlake pulled weeds, trimmed trees and planted flower beds to spiff up the local Northshore Senior Center for its residents.

Save a Forgottten Equine 

Windermere Woodinville cleaned and repaired the facilities at Save a Forgotten Equine, an organization that rescues neglected, abused or unwanted horses. 

YWCA Family Village 

Windermere Redmond washed, painted and cleaned up the gardens at the YWCA Family Village transitional housing facility in Redmond.

Local Homeowner 

Windermere Renton spent the day beautifying the yard of a widowed Renton Highlands homeowner with no family who is dealing with hardship.    

Ted Mansfield - Broker
Mobile: 425.502.2201
Office: 425.643.5500
Website:   tedmansfield.withwre.com 

If there is any additional information I can get you, please give me a call.   
- Ted