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Top RE/MAX Fundraisers in Denver Celebrate 2019 Achievements

On Wednesday, January 29th, a special group of people gathered in the atrium of RE/MAX Global Headquarters in the Denver Tech Center.

Mike Reagan and Kacie Thomas with the 2019 check presentation from RE/MAX to Children’s Hospital Colorado

Attendees at the 2019 fundraising celebration reception included RE/MAX Senior Vice President Mike Reagan, 2019 Miss Colorado Monica Thompson, 2020 CMN Champion Child Olivia, Children’s Hospital Colorado Special Care Clinic Nurse Morgan Thomas, Children’s Colorado Foundation Corporate Partnerships Manager Kacie Thomas, and a group of the highest fundraising RE/MAX agents and Broker/Owners in the region.

2019 Miss Colorado with 2020 CMN Champion Olivia

2019 marked a wonderful year for RE/MAX agents across Colorado, Wyoming and western Nebraska who raised money for Children’s Hospital Colorado. The preliminary total ended at over $300,000 – all of which was allocated to the Children’s Fund to benefit the greatest area of need at Children’s Colorado.

“Philanthropy is in the fabric of CMN and Children’s Colorado. We are so appreciative to donors and community members who raise funds and awareness for the kids.” says Monica Thompson, Miss Colorado 2019.

“I get to visit Children’s Colorado every week, and I am so thankful for the support of the community to provide the best care and support for patients and their families.”

The dedicated fundraising RE/MAX agents each received an award, a Children’s Colorado sticker, and a dual-logo CMN and RE/MAX pin.

Kacie Thomas awarding the 2020 CMN Champion Medal to Olivia

Another special award was given: Olivia’s official 2020 CMN Champion medal.

From a nurse’s perspective, Morgan was impressed with the event’s celebrations. “I’m honored to have been a part of the all-important recognition of the folks who put in the work behind the curtain.”

Based on the excitement around the celebrations, all attendees left inspired and ready to make 2020 RE/MAX’s best year yet.

“Children’s runs on passion. I see it on the nursing side of things in my day-to-day, but it’s the combination of that and the passion outside of the clinical realm that makes this place the wonder that it is.” says Morgan.