Members of the Ottawa Real Estate Board raised $77,359 for the Ontario Realtors Care Foundation in 2020 and provided grants to 22 shelter-related charities in Ottawa and the surrounding areas.
“This year for COVID 2020, we had a last-minute request for an extra 200 dinners,” says Keller Williams Energy Real Estate broker Christina Arcangioli. “We raised more than $82,000 this year.”
The team at Sutton Group Muskoka Realty Inc. gave residents at the Huntsville Hospice a donation of $1,500 in December to help fund medical supplies and holiday meals for clients nearing the end of their lives.
Emmanuelle Meyer was at the store, and the cashier was afraid to touch her grocery bags for fear of catching COVID-19. The cashier was afraid of people and the virus, and her anxiety kept her awake at night. It broke Meyer’s heart.
Sales rep Ariana Christie and sales lead Michael Christie at Capstone Group Real Estate Professionals are expecting twins. They decided to use the occasion as an opportunity to raise money for a good cause.
Sutton associate Rayissa Palmer collected over 20 bags of warm clothing and bedding as well as baby food, diapers, toiletries, toys and more for the Caledon Community Services and the Exchange.
Re/Max Escarpment Realty recently presented Hamilton’s McMaster Children’s Hospital with a cheque for $70,934 as part of the Re/Max Integra Ontario-Atlantic Region’s partnership with Children’s Miracle Network Canada.
In response to devastation from a massive Philippine typhoon, the Filipino Canadian Real Estate Association (Filcrea), headed by Resty Ragragio, has taken the lead in a fundraising project.
This summer, when Royal LePage Triland Realty, with several offices in southwestern Ontario, was unable to hold traditional tournaments and fundraisers, the brokerage came up with some different ways to support their local shelters.
Local food banks in Guelph, Ont. received a big boost recently from Capstone Real Estate Professionals at Royal LePage Royal City Realty.