Local Brokers, Realtors and Lenders Support Pullman Regional Hospital Through Home Sales

Apr 19, 2018

Pullman, WA— This June, participating brokers and realtors are teaming together by donating a portion of the proceeds from each home sale to support Pullman Regional Hospital’s highest needs.

Joe Pitzer, Melinda Dutton, Gregg Baldridge, Ashley Alred and Keith Kincaid with RE/MAX Home and Land and Mick Nazerali, managing broker for Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Associates, were the first to roll out the welcome mat for the new program “Homes for Health.”

Homes for Health is also supported by lender, Washington Trust Bank. The Pullman Branch is making a $300 donation, when customers book a home loan now through December of 2018, to the customer’s charity of choice.

Pullman Branch Manager for Washington Trust Bank, P.J. Sanchez, sought to add to the program by including Pullman Regional Hospital on the list of charities the Pullman Branch will make a $300 donation to when a customer books a home loan now, through the end of 2018.

“This is why I love Pullman. We come together to make a good thing—like investing in a new home—even better, by investing in our community’s healthcare,” said Pitzer, realtor with RE/MAX Home and Land.

Nazerali said based on the number of homes historically sold in the region during the month of June, as much as $50,000 could be raised to support the highest needs of Pullman Regional Hospital. “We’re excited to see what’s possible for this first year of the program,” said Nazerali

“Right away, we knew this program fit our vision to give back to our customers and community,” said Sanchez. “We see great value in expanding this opportunity through the rest of 2018,” he said.

For more information about Homes for Health or to join the program, contact the Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation office at (509) 332-2046.

Contact: Alison Weigley, Assistant Director of Development, Marketing & Major Gifts Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation 509-332-2041 alison.weigley@pullmanregional.org

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