We have our first success story since partnering to support The Austen Everett Foundation!

The Garcia Family, family friends of Caliber Executive Assistant Corrine Goh, were able to share in the Honorary Captain experience of son, Maceo.

Maceo Garcia is 4-years old and was diagnosed with Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia last summer. The Garcia’s are friends with a handful of people connected to Caliber Real Estate, including our stand-out Executive Assistant, Corrine. When the partnership with the Austen Everett Foundation was announced, Corrine shared Maceo’s story with the AEF team, and his experience was put into motion. Maceo has shown nothing but smiles and strength through his treatment, and the strength and support that comes from the once-in-a-lifetime experience of being an Honorary Team Captain would be a real blessing.

On March 3rd, Maceo, accompanied by his parents and sisters, Diaz and Solaya, were treated to a behind-the-scenes experience at the University of Washington. Maceo served as the Honorary Team Captain and was treated to time on the court at Alaska Airlines Arena with the team, took photos, exchanged high-fives and hugs with players, and run wild on the Husky Stadium football field.

Maceo just finished the last cycle of intensive chemo before he begins 2 ½ years of chemotherapy maintenance treatment, and his tenacious and re-energized spirit will drive him onward. A big Thank You to all members of the Caliber family who have donated to this amazing cause, including Agents, Staff, and Sales Team members.