The Snohomish County-Camano Association of REALTORS® (SCCAR) has launched a new weekly spotlight called Making a Difference Monday, and John L. Scott broker T.C. Hyatt along with his daughter Maura, were among the first recognized. Looking for a way to help others during this time, Maura Hyatt began making reusable face masks, and T.C. has joined the efforts by donating $1 per mask sold on Etsy to the local food bank. To date, T.C. has donated more than $200 to the Snohomish Food Bank!
“My daughter Maura always loved to do good and give back, and it’s been great to partner with her on this effort,” said T.C. Hyatt, a broker with John L. Scott’s Mill Creek office. “As the VP of Government Affairs and a member of the board of directors for SCCAR I wanted to share this weekly Making a Difference Monday spotlight to encourage my fellow John L. Scott brokers and offices that are making a difference to submit a nomination.”
This spotlight was created to recognize REALTORS® who are making contributions toward the betterment of our community through public service or private actions. If you know of a broker in the SCCAR making a positive difference, you can find more information on how to nominate them online here.