On May 30, members of Cushman & Wakefield’s Asset Services team in Sacramento brought their green thumbs and community spirit outdoors for a fun morning of gardening and habitat restoration at the Sacramento Zoo. Cushman & Wakefield volunteers included Erica Bearden, Gretchen Becker, Trude Hursch, Chanel Lee, Chetta Sinclair, Carolyn Spradley, Lesa Stewart, Debbie Sylva, and Mary Williams. Working from 8am to Noon, the group had an enjoyable and rewarding experience while surrounded by the sights and sounds of many magnificent animals, including elephants, lions, monkeys and all sorts of other zoo creatures.
The Sacramento Zoo is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution whose mission is to inspire admiration and connection with wildlife and nature through education, recreation and conservation. The Zoo’s mission begins with animal welfare, but their dedication doesn’t stop there. They are also proud to inspire appreciation, understanding, and respect for all living things through stimulating educational opportunities, wholesome recreation, and compassionate and innovative animal care. For more about the Sacramento Zoo, please visit https://www.saczoo.org/
About Cushman & Wakefield Asset Services in Northern California
Cushman & Wakefield’s Asset Services team is dedicated to providing comprehensive property management services throughout the asset life cycle. Focused on enhancing asset value, our property managers are empowered to minimize operating costs, improve efficiencies, and enhance customer service in order to protect the value of each investment. In Northern California, Cushman & Wakefield is currently managing more than 53.5 million square feet of real estate in 11 counties across the region. For more visit http://www.cushmanwakefield.com/en/services/property-asset-management
Story by Joshua Deale, Communications Manager