Pacific Realty is proud to be a part of building our local community.
Our PacReal agents not only have years of real estate experience and training, they are also part of the community they help to create. We’re proud that Pacific Realty agents give back by volunteering untold hours to local boards, commissions, organizations and causes that make the Long Beach Peninsula a better place to live.
Here are just some of the local organizations that benefit from PacReal agents’ time and experience:
Grass Root Garbage Gang:
Pacific Realty has adopted a mile of our beach that we clean during one of the GRGG cleanup events during the year.
Joint Pacific County Housing Authority (JPCHA):
Assisting people of low to moderate income to find quality, affordable housing and economic opportunities within Pacific County
Pacific County Planning Commission:
Protecting natural resources while encouraging a healthy economy through development.
A nonprofit, community-based education and watershed restoration organization situated on the Chinook River in Southwestern Washington.
South Pacific County Humane Society:
Protecting animals that are unable to speak for themselves, by providing compassionate care and placement for homeless pets without the need for euthanasia.
Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, by undertaking projects that address unmet need, and by honoring the service and sacrifice of our veterans.
Women of the Moose:
An international organization of men & women, dedicated to caring for young & old, bringing communities closer together & celebrating life.
Peninsula Saddle Club:
Promoting good fellowship among the horsemen of this community, assisting in community affairs, and bringing favorable publicity to this part of the country.
Bear River Archers:
A local non-profit group promoting archery through meets, target shoots and education events.
Pacific Realty is proud to recognize broker, Jackie Sheldon
, a recent recipient of theGovernor’s Outstanding Volunteer Service Award.
Jackie has spent countless hours spreading the word that disaster preparedness does not have to be complicated or expensive.
TOGETHER, we can make our Community even better, one sale at a time.