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Good Deeds

Good Deeds 

We are passionate about this place we call “home” (if it wasn’t already abundantly clear). In an effort to demonstrate our love, we launched our Good Deeds campaign in 2016, executing one community good deed for every year we have been in business. In 2016, that was 23 years and 23 deeds. (You can see what we did in 2016 by clicking the aptly named box below or read a summary here.) This year, we're working on 25 deeds (see, we can do math).

But we wanted to make a bigger impact.

So in 2017, we established the Estipona Group Good Deeds Fund through the Community Foundation of Western Nevada. Our annual good deeds initiative — this year, #24Years24Deeds — will contribute to this fund, along with direct donations from our company. Events like out Putt-Putt Classic will help us generate the funds we need to support community organizations that serve local homeless populations. The awards will be given to organizations based on community nominations and a selection by a Community Foundation committee in January 2018.  

Below is a historical accounting of our Good Deeds. 


Dani Rawson, Mikalee Byerman
Aww, Facebook. We love that you keep us on our toes. (But really, you’re welcome to just keep things chill for a bit and let us get used to the changes. Seriously. We’re totally fine with that
Jonelle Moore
Reno, Nev. (March 15, 2018) Now in its third year, the Estipona Group’s Diaper Duty (which is part of its #25Years25Deeds initiative) collected 14,180 diapers for families served through the Women
Mikalee Byerman
You’ve heard of the concept of “random acts of kindness,” yes? When a totally random someone does something completely unexpected and awesome for you? Well we’re hijacking the concept, and