SEATTLE, WA (May 19, 2011) — Timeshare marketplace RedWeek.com shares in the quest of Vision House to ensure that no child is left without a home. As a long-time supporter of Vision House and their efforts to break the cycle of homelessness, RedWeek.com was honored yesterday as a Legacy of Hope donor at the Vision House NoHomelessKids benefit lunch.
Vision House provides transitional housing, support services, and child care for homeless families, primarily mothers with children. The majority of Vision House clients have become homeless due to domestic violence, unemployment, chemical dependence, and low income.
“My wife and I have always believed that we should support our community, either through charitable donations or the donation of time and resources,” said Randy Conrads, RedWeek.com founder and CEO. “Vision House is an amazing organization dedicated to helping men, women, and families who are without homes, food, or clothing. Their focus on helping the children of those families is heartwarming.”
RedWeek.com is a timeshare marketplace, connecting timeshare owners with the traveling public. Headquartered in Renton Washington, RedWeek.com supports a number of charities including Christel House International, Vine Maple Place, and Operation Homefront.
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To learn more about Vision House visit http://www.NoHomelessKids.org
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