Making Strides 2018

At Cresa, we believe in coming together to support our communities, extending past our role in real estate. Throughout the year, we actively participate in events to better San Diego and the surrounding communities.

In October, members of our local office joined the 28,000 walkers at the Making Strides of San Diego presented by WAXIE. The 4-mile walk helped raised $650,000 for those who are battling breast cancer and survivors, which goes towards innovative research to hopefully one day end the disease. These funds also contribute to caring for those with breast cancer by providing free rides to chemotherapy and accommodation while receiving treatment, a 24/7 cancer helpline, and more.

With a furry friend leading the way, the San Diego team enjoyed a beautiful fall morning, walking to raise awareness and celebrate lives. The Making Strides Walk has become an integral part of our year and we look forward to continuing to contribute to the cause.

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