The Julie Winter-Paez (JWP) Group of Re/Max Property Pros made donations to local charities in 2018 totaling more than $13,000.

Following every closed transaction, a donation was made to an area nonprofit organization by the JWP Group on behalf of their buyers and sellers.

?“The North Woods is blessed to have such great people spearheading these organizations,” said Winter-Paez, “and we hope to be able to do even more in 2019.”

Area organizations who received contributions in 2018 included The Warehouse Art Center, Warm The Children, Forest County Humane Society, the Humane Society of Vilas County, and the Demmer Library in Three Lakes. These ?organizations have been selected as recipients for 2019, with the addition of the Hazelhurst Fire Department.

“At The Warehouse, we appreciate the way Re/Max allows us to use the funds where we need them most,” said Director Donna Murry-Tiedge. “This past year, these funds have benefited three of our five programming areas in particular. Re/Max led in the area of Summer Music Series Public Art event sponsorships. Re/Max’s support also helped us secure high-quality artists/teachers which positively impacted our After-School/Children’s and artist-

led Lifelong Learning Programs. The Warehouse Four Seasons Center for the Arts is grateful to be on the JWP Group’s list of favorite charities.”

The Demmer Memorial Library in Three Lakes is in the completion stage of a major renovation. 

Library Director ?Erica Brewster responded, “These gifts from the JWP Group will be a great help. Thank you again for making us a priority in your giving. Your donation will benefit many people for years to come.”

Jacki Risjord, the local coordinator for Warm The Children, shared, “Thank you so much to Julie and the JWP Group. We are honored to be one of the recipients of the Give Where You Live program. You are part of the reason why our community is such a fabulous place to be.”

Winter-Paez is the team leader of the JWP Group of Re/Max Property Pros, and is ranked as the top Re/Max agent in Wisconsin. They are located at 888 W. Pine St. in Eagle River and the team serves ?Oneida and Vilas counties.