In a fusion of community spirit and philanthropy, Graham Real Estate, a leading brokerage in The Bahamas, shines brightly as a beacon of hope for our four-legged friends. With a steadfast commitment to giving back to the community and continuing the Graham family’s legacy of love for animals, Graham Real Estate has substantially contributed to animal welfare through their continued support of Bahamas Alliance for Animal Rights and Kindness’s (Baark!’s) signature events.

“It’s important to pay it forward,” says Gregory Graham, Founder and Principal Broker at Graham Real Estate. “Baark!’s mission to tackle the rampant stray dog and cat issue throughout The Bahamas by spaying at neutering is a community service that can have a measurable positive impact.”

Graham Real Estate has stepped up as a Platinum sponsor of the Potcake Golf Tournament for two consecutive years and has been an Event Provider for the annual Potcakeman Triathlon. This past January, Graham Real Estate was also a priceless in-kind sponsor for Operation Potcake—a collaborative effort of 4 NGO’s including Baark! that culminated in the spaying and neutering of 2253 dogs and cats in 8 days.

Co-founded by Laura Kimble, the Managing Broker of Graham Real Estate, Baark! stands at the forefront of animal welfare in the Bahamas. “Giving back is not just a priority, it’s a calling,” says Kimble, whose dual role as a broker and animal advocate is inspiring. Under her influence, Graham Real Estate doesn’t just facilitate dream homes for people; it extends its mission to ensure there are enough homes for animals, too.

Many of the Graham Real Estate agents also make an effort to volunteer at Baark! Events. “It’s extra special volunteering with our GRE Agents,” says Kimble. “It gives us time to connect and spend time outside of work while doing something to help The Bahamas.”

The synergy between Graham Real Estate and Baark! signifies a potent reminder that animals are a valued part of the community. Graham Real Estate is especially supportive of Baark!’s educational initiatives. Teaching children compassion towards animals will result in kinder, more compassionate members of society—ultimately making The Bahamas a better place.