Yes-Homes Gives Back to our St. Pete Community

Yes-Homes is a team full of ladies who love our city. Not only do they help residents find their dream homes but they also are a part of various organizations and charities.

Being a part of a community means more than working and living in it. St. Pete is full of ways to get in involved and contribute.

Leslie Trevathan, along with Marian Maguire and Rhonda Sanderford, are all in the Stuart Society which promotes the welfare of our Museum of Fine Arts.

Jill Dunn works with Academy Prep Centers for Education. A non-profit whose mission “is to inspire and empower students qualifying for need base scholarships to become future community leaders.”

Carol Burquette has volunteered and donated to Children’s Home, Northeast Exchange Club, Abilities Foundation and Casa.

Jenny Reese is a part of our Junior League and Stephanie is working with others in the development of a regional skatepark.

These are just a few of the great organizations and charities in St. Petersburg that locals can get involved in.

No involvement is too small. Our city moves forward with new construction for a new pier, new restaurants and attractions every day. This means our residents need to move forward with it in the right direction and we can do that together.


Jenny and Jill at Stuart Society luncheon


Jenny, Marian, and Stephanie at the Red Nose Day to end childhood poverty.