Taking projects from concept to closing is our hallmark. With a recent project at Haddie’s Home, a local crisis residence for girls, this mission continues with a transformation of a modest living space into a beautiful haven for the home’s residents. As a respected and profitable real estate organization, Three Sixty strives to make a positive impact on the communities it serves and found this project through client, Leah Michelle Danielly, a Haddie’s Home board member.
As women business owners, we not only saw the Haddie’s Home project as a great fit for our company, but also it was a great fit personally. We want to empower the girls at Haddie’s Home and make sure they know that with hard work women can succeed.
Tricia Peterson, Co-Founder
Three Sixty donated its services to redesigning the Haddie’s Home living space from a mis-matched room with a masculine feel to a fresh and feminine family space with casual, chic flair. We started with a fresh coat of paint to create a crisp, clean canvas for new furniture, light fixtures, lamps and knick knacks. Some extra muscle from our spouses and children ensured that we were able to finish this important job before the Haddie’s Home residents returned!
We wanted the renovation to be a surprise, extreme makeover style. The girls knew something was happening, but they didn’t know what. They left for the Motion Student Conference on Wednesday and when they came back we were able to surprise them with their new space! I think the floors and fireplace were the only things we didn’t touch.
Elizabeth Rose, Director of Operations, Associate Broker and REALTOR®
At Three Sixty, it’s not just about selling real estate. Our company was founded on a pledge to serve our community and we actively look for new ways to give back. The Haddie’s Home project is just one of a series of projects we are taking part in around the community.
I cannot thank you enough for the wonderful donation you have made! The living room and dining room have been completely transformed. It is more than we could ever ask for.
Lei, Haddie’s Home Resident