Giving Back

Our Honor and Privilege

 

 

 

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December 7, 2019

5:00pm

CU South Denver Campus (formerly The Wildlife Experience)

Photos with Santa following the movie 6:45-7:30pm

Our family, in conjunction with Shoe4Africa have set out to build the FIRST pediatric cancer hospital in Sub-Sahara Africa.  It will be named after my mother, Juli Anne Perry, who passed away from Breast Cancer just shy of ten years ago.

Currently 9 out of 10 children diagnosed with cancer in Africa will die because of their lack of resources to help save the children.  In America this number is 1 out of 10!!  Join us in supporting this amazing organization.  With your help, 350+ lives will be saved in the first year of opening alone!  Scheduled open date 2022.

Join us

December 7, 2019

7:30pm

CU South Denver Campus (formerly The Wildlife Experience)

Come early for photos with Santa 6:45-7:30pm

HUGE shout out to our amazing sponsors for their continued support and for making this event a reality.  Click on the icons below to learn more about them!

 


Summer Fun at Pirates Cove

Carter’s Cause

Carter is a fun-loving 5-year-old boy who likes Ninja Turtles, trampolines, and dirt bikes. He’s not crazy about chocolate, and gets really annoyed when his little sister, Cami, messes up his stuff. He loves spending time in the crisp, clean mountain air at his grandparent’s cabin in Steamboat, and he has a passion for learning to read. In short, he’s your typical 5-year old, full of wonder, curiosity, and innocence.

But unlike most 5-year olds…

Carter must spend many long hours in doctor’s offices and at Children’s Hospital undergoing painful procedures and exhaustive testing as a result of being diagnosed with a serious illness in November 2014. His immune system is so compromised that he is no longer able to attend school with his friends; the risk is too great. Catching a common cold or virus could easily become life threatening for Carter. Isolated at home, he relies on FaceTime via his iPad to be a part of his classroom. His wonderful teacher, Mrs. Peterson, makes daily visits to Carter to help him with schoolwork and reading, but he misses being with his friends. Through all of these challenges his spirit remains unbroken, his smile is contagious, and his courage is an inspiration to all who know him.

His parents, Chad and Laura, were devastated with Carter’s diagnosis and have spent countless hours with doctors and other medical professionals learning about Carter’s illness and potential treatments. Despite a good job and health insurance, they have been overwhelmed with medical bills, which now total over $175,000 with no end in sight.

The Buy-Out Company, along with their employees, vendors and subcontractors, are joining together to complete a 72-Hour Extreme Makeover project to help with Carter’s medical expenses. A dilapidated former hoarder house in Centennial will be transformed into a beautiful new home in just three days on July 9th, 10th and 11th 2015.

The generous donation of labor and materials by the many valued business partners of The Buy-Out Company will enable all of the profits from the renovation and resale of the property to go directly towards Carter’s medical expenses. We are incredibly grateful and appreciative for all those who are partnering with us to make this project a reality. Thank you!

It has been our honor and privilege to give back to our community through special events each year. We have been involved in events that have increased community awareness and helped individual’s, children and families.

In July of 2015, Andersen Realty had the privilege to be a part of a 72 hour home extreme makeover in Centennial that gained particular attention by several local and national news sources.