Marybeth Fraser and the Magnificent Manors Team of KW Metro Center are dedicated to giving back to their communities through several local organizations where they actively contribute their time, expertise, and resources.
Marybeth’s Long-Time Commitment to Service Includes:
Emeritus Board of Directors, Signature Theatre, Arlington, VA. Marybeth is a longtime supporter and board member of Signature Theatre, a Tony Award®-winning, nonprofit professional theater company with a mission to produce contemporary musicals and plays, reinvent classic musicals, develop new work, and reach the community through engaging educational and outreach opportunities. Signature Theater
Advisory Board, Women’s Health Circle (WHC), Virginia Hospital Center Foundation, Arlington, VA. In 2016, Marybeth is Co-Chair on the WHC Advisory Board. WHC engages and inspires women to support excellent medical care, advanced medical technologies and the best options for children, senior and women’s healthcare. WHC is a collection of dedicated women who value community and want to ensure access to the best medical care is available to everyone through support for Virginia Hospital Center and its programs. Women’s Health Circle
Mothers of North Arlington, VA. Marybeth serves as Co-Chair for the Business Entrepreneurs Network (BEN) for the MONA group. MONA is a local social and support group for mothers in Arlington with more than 5000 members. The group offers monthly socials, outings for children, Moms Night Out events, playgroups, a variety of special interest clubs (e.g., tennis group, working moms group, dinner club), an active message board for information and support, and community service opportunities. Mothers of North Arlington
Habitat for Humanity. Marybeth is dedicated to helping Habitat for Humanity grow their mission of building homes so that everyone has access to a healthy, affordable place to call home. More than building homes, Habitat for Humanity builds communities, and the opportunity for families to help themselves. Habitat for Humanity of Northern Virginia and Habitat for Humanity of Washington, DC work specifically to transform lives through affordable home ownership in Northern Virginia and DC.
Shelters to Shutters. A non-profit organization that transitions individuals and families out of homelessness to economic self- sufficiency by educating and engaging the real estate industry to provide employment and housing opportunities. For more info and to donate online, visit their website.
Signature Theater. A Tony Award®-winning, non-profit professional theater company with a mission to produce contemporary musicals and plays, reinvent classic musicals, develop new work, and reach its community through engaging educational and outreach opportunities. Your donations make it possible to keep Signature strong during the closure as they continue bringing artistic and education programming to our community in innovative ways. To donate online, click here.
Warm Peet. Magnificent Manors Supports Warm Peet Socks! A great sock with an even better cause. Warm Peet donates 100% of profits to Suicide Prevention, Mental Health, Outdoor Recreation, and Nature Preservation Non-Profits. They also make the coziest socks. Perfect for yourself, or your favorite outdoor enthusiast. They created the company to give back – to make mental health services accessible to all, and to ensure the outdoor spaces we visit will be protected for future generations. We KNOW being outdoors and staying active is an integral part of our mental, emotional, and physical health and restoration. Their products are Made in the USA and it is a Veteran Owned Small Business. Visit their website to learn more about their vision and get your own pair.
Catholic Churches and Schools in Arlington and Falls Church, VA. For many years, Marybeth and her family have been actively involved in the following local Catholic church and school communities-Saint Ann Catholic Church, Arlington; Saint James Catholic School, Falls Church; and Bishop O’Connell High School, Arlington.
- Introduced in 2009, RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is Keller Williams Realty’s annual day of service. Each year on the second Thursday of May, associates celebrate Vice Chairman Mo Anderson’s birthday by spending the day away from their businesses serving worthy organizations and causes in their communities. In 2016, the KW Metro Center office will be helping residents at an Arlington senior living facility.
- The KW Metro Center office, Arlington, VA, hosts an annual Gala to raise funds for local nonprofits. The 2015 Bridging the Gap Gala raised over $80,000 while increasing awareness for the outstanding work of two local housing-based nonprofit organizations, Doorways for Women and Families and A-SPAN (Arlington Street People’s Assistance Network). Marybeth was a member of the Gala Committee in 2014 and 2015.
Nominated to the FBI Citizens Academy at the Washington (DC) Field Office, Spring 2016. This program brings together civic, business, and religious leaders from the local community to experience firsthand how the FBI investigates crimes and threats to our national security and learn about the various tools and techniques they employ to carry out their mission. Graduates of the Citizens Academies help the FBI stay better attuned to the needs and issues of local communities. FBI Citizens Academy. After completing the Academy, Marybeth is now a member of the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association.
Marybeth Fraser – Corporate Advisory Board
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