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Keller Williams Donates to Local Foundation

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BILLINGS - Keller Williams realtors held a fundraiser to benefit Tumbleweed.

The event was put on as a part of Keller Williams Red Day, a time during which employees help out local charities and foundations.

Realtor, Amanda Sanders, says the company is trying to raise money for Tumbleweed's new homes in the Heights.

Sanders says the effort really hits close to home, because as a realtor it's her job to find a place for others to live.

"It was really just something that pulled your heart strings out, and it was definitely something that as a realtor putting people into homes and then recognizing that Billings has a homeless youth problem is something that, you know, we need to reach out to, and it's just a great sensation to be able to give back to the community," says Sanders.

Sanders says Keller Williams employees hope to raise $10,000 at the event.

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