Gordy Marks Real Estate accepting nominations for nonprofit donations

Nominations for donations are being accepted on the Gordy Marks Facebook page through Feb. 21.

  • Wednesday, February 14, 2018 1:22pm
  • Business

Gordy Marks Real Estate, which serves various Eastside communities including Kirkland, is donating $1,500 among three King and Snohomish county nonprofits.

Nominations for donations are being accepted on the Gordy Marks Facebook page through Feb. 21. Eligible charities include those who serve the homeless, provide housing, provide adoption services or serve children in foster care. The organization receiving the most nominations will receive a donation of $750, second place $500 and third place $250.

“There are so many nonprofit organizations in our area that do amazing work and I wanted to share some love with those organizations,” said Gordy Marks, broker for RE/MAX Northwest Realtors.

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