Happy Outcomes

In 2016, KW Cares awarded 537 grants totaling $6,112,634 to KW family members in 30 of the 33 regions and helped provide disaster relief in West Virginia, Louisiana, Canada, Florida, Maryland, Peru and other areas as needed. On a regular basis, grants are being given to those fighting serious illnesses and recovering from life altering accidents. Additionally, KW Cares awarded over $705,000 to the three organizations with which it shares an annual tithe, the Ryan’s Well Foundation, Homes for Our Troops, and the MD Anderson Cancer Center. KW Cares grants augment assistance already provided from an associate’s market center. Working together, market centers, regions and KW Cares are providing much needed emotional and financial support to those in dire need. KW Cares is also able to assist KW family members faced with hardship due to an emergency, with expenses for higher education. It is only through your generosity that KW Cares is able to make a difference in the lives of many in the Keller Williams family. Thank you for your kindness and caring. The folks below have opened their hearts to share the story of how your donations have helped them.

Thank you so much for the most precious gift we could ever imagine!
Rhonda King - Green Meadow (OK) Market Center

Mindy Kennedy is the daughter of Rhonda King, an associate in the Green Meadow (OK) Market Center. She and her husband Jon have three children.

Their middle child, Graceyn (age 9), was born...

"I feel blessed to be alive."
Anna Lewis - La Quinta Market Center

For Anna Lewis, a single mother of two, life as she knew it changed on a dime on a Spring day in 2016. While riding in the passenger seat to preview a property, she was involved in an accident...

Through their powerful donations, KW Cares donors are having a positive impact on many lives.
Jessica Humphreys/Rita and William Jackson - St. Charles Market Center

The strength of the Jackson family, along with help from KW Cares and many others, has helped them persevere through an unbelievably difficult time. William Jackson suffered a stroke and his wife...

“By taking away a big financial burden we were able to concentrate on making sure Chris received the best care possible and help him focus on health and healing.”
Paul and Chris Dugan - Clearwater, FL Market Center

Paul Dugan’s son, Chris, was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, just three days after his 13th birthday. He spent the next 10 months in and out of the hospital for chemo treatments...

"We have been amazed and truly blessed to be a part of the Keller Williams family!"
Patrick & Christina Habiger - Shawnee Mission Market Center

Patrick and Christine Habiger are agents in Topeka’s Shawnee Mission market center, and the parents of two children, Troy and Sophia.

Seven-year-old Troy was diagnosed with PANS, Pediatric...