Is Your Dog Royalty?

081316WagnWalkAdColdwell Banker Tara Properties’ Community Fund is proud to support the Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (‘WAIF’). This year, WAIF’s Wag ‘n’ Walk festival will be held from 11am-3pm on Sunday, August 21 at the Greenbank Farm. Come out and enjoy the contests, costumes, and canine festivities. Enter your dog in the contest for King and Queen. Do you look like your dog? Enter the Owner and Dog look-alike contest. It’s fun for everyone whether you bring your dog or not. There’s even a beer & wine garden. And say ‘hello’ to Deborah Jones, a broker from our Freeland office volunteering at the event. This is a Whidbey Island tradition you don’t want to miss. You can get more details for this event at the WAIF site.

Coldwell Banker Broker Supporting WAIF

Coldwell Banker brokers help and volunteer in so many ways! You’ll spot them every where.

Deborah Jones, long-time volunteer for Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF), takes to the seas to help spread the word about the plans for the new animal shelter and the continued need for funds.

“It’s Happening” with ground breaking scheduled for this September.

WAIF Volunteers

Deborah Jones from our Coldwell Banker Tara Properties-Freeland office and fellow WAIF supporters Ginger and Samantha volunteer at fundraising booth at the Goose Grocery Store in Bayview on Saturday Nov 24th, drumming up donations for WAIF’s new shelter fund.

The Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF) is a non-profit organization which was formed in 1990 in an effort to help Whidbey Island’s homeless companion animals. WAIF is dedicated to provide food, shelter, veterinary care, and nurturing to displaced pets until loving homes can be found for them.

WAIF Support at the Loganberry Festival

Deborah at Loganberry 2012

Deborah Jones volunteers at WAIF booth

Deborah Jones, a broker at the Freeland office of Coldwell Banker Tara Properties volunteered her time at the WAIF booth at the Loganberry Festival this year. Deborah gave out information about WAIF and offered details on WAIF programs throughout the day. WAIF dogs that were available for adoption were periodically at the booth looking for their forever home.

WAIF (Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation) is a non-profit organization on Whidbey Island that helps all companion animals in need find loving homes. WAIF’s greatest strength is the community’s passion, commitment, and generosity. People working together for the animals is the heart and soul of WAIF. If you want to know more about WAIF or volunteer for this much needed organization or find a companion dog or cat, see their website at http://www.waifanimals.org/