Frontline Projects Cares
“We have been blessed so that we can bless others.”
Passion and Purpose
From land acquisition to putting a set of keys into a happy homeowner’s hands, Frontline Projects covers all the details. A passionate, experienced, end-to-end project marketing company, Frontline specializes in multi-family developments throughout the Fraser Valley. Their highly focused boutique team works with some of the region’s most respected home builders.
Frontline’s team is deeply invested in the Fraser Valley. “Our team is very focused. We all live in the Fraser Valley, and we’ve all been selling here for years,” says Danielle Reed, Frontline Projects’ President and Executive Director. “We have sold over a billion dollars of multi-family homes here in the last eight years.”
A division of Frontline Real Estate Services, Frontline Projects‘ dedication to detailed, boutique-style service means their team is small, but very precise and purposeful. “We hand select our team members, who all bring vast experience to the table,” shares Eva Marsh, Vice President, Sales. “Everyone who joins our staff is treated as a partner and a teammate. And absolutely everyone who works here has to have passion and purpose.”
It’s that sense of passion and purpose that has the Frontline committed to giving back to the region they so successfully do business in. “We are people who love people, and we believe in giving back to others in need,” shares Eva. And it’s that same passion and purpose that so beautifully pairs with the values of NIghtShift Street Ministries. Danielle and Eva were moved by its mission to reach out with a meal, and love, hope, and purpose to people on the streets in Surrey, 365 nights a year, and twice a week in Langley. They knew they wanted to help NightShift too. “We have been blessed so that we can bless others, The purpose of our lives is to love others the way Jesus loves us. Supporting NightShift is a no-brainer.”
Under the direction of Danielle and Eva, Frontline Projects joined NightShift’s Annual Charity Golf Classic committee, and last year, the pair were instrumental in helping the ministry raise more than $300,000 in a single event. As well as being golf committee members, Danielle and Eva continue to spread the word about NightShift, which has resulted in at least 10 other respected companies supporting the ministry. As well, Danielle’s daughter Jordyn, at 12 years old, raised $1,200 for NightShift for a school project. Way to go Jordyn!
Thank you Eva, Danielle (and Jordyn) of Frontline Projects! You truly care.