For the sixth season, Windermere and the Seattle Seahawks partnered to #TackleHomelessness, raising money throughout the season for Mary’s Place, a Seattle-based organization dedicated to helping local children and families on their journey out of homelessness. For each defensive tackle made during a home game, Windermere donated $100 to Mary’s Place.
Some stellar individual efforts helped us surpass last year’s donations, including Bobby Wagner who tallied 45 solo tackles, Jordyn Brooks chipped in with 41, and Quandre Diggs racked up 301. As the “Official Real Estate Company of the Seattle Seahawks,” Windermere is proud to announce that, over the course of a hard-fought season, the Seahawks’ defense raised $35,800, bringing our six-season total to $196,100.
It’s partnerships like #TackleHomelessness that allow the Windermere Foundation to support low-income and homeless families in the communities where we have a presence. Since the Foundation was created in 1989, we have raised over $45 million in total donations.
To learn more about the Windermere Foundation or to make a donation, please visit windermere.com/foundation.
- Home game solo defensive tackle numbers obtained from ESPN.com NFL Scoreboard (espn.com/NFL/scoreboard)