Nova Scotia Association of Realtors CEO Roger Boutilier presents a donation to Adsum House for Women and Children in Halifax.
Nova Scotia Association of Realtors CEO Roger Boutilier presents a donation to Adsum House for Women and Children in Halifax.

The Nova Scotia Association of Realtors recently donated $80,000 to several organizations that support shelters in communities across the province.

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“Realtors play a big part in their communities and they are very aware of the housing needs in our province,” says NSAR president Donna Malone. “We are pleased that we can give back to the communities we live and work in, by making these donations to charitable organizations that support shelters across our province.”

Fourteen charities are being supported. NSAR CEO Roger Boutilier says, “Realtors give their time throughout the year to support their communities. Most brokerages also help support charities through individual and group fundraising efforts. NSAR is so pleased to be able to make these donations to help those who need it.”

NSAR represents more than 1,800 real estate brokers and salespeople across the province.

Charities supported by this effort are:

  • Harbour House, Bridgewater
  • Queens Family Resource Centre,  Liverpool
  • Third Place Transition House, Truro
  • Tearmann House, New Glasgow
  • Yarmouth Foodbank
  • Juniper House, Yarmouth
  • Open Arms, Kentville Resource Centre
  • Chrysallis House Association, Kentville
  • Feed Nova Scotia, Dartmouth
  • Adsum House for Women and Children, Halifax
  • Educational Program Innovations Charity Society (EPIC), North Sydney
  • Loaves and Fishes, Sydney
  • Naomi Society, Antigonish
  • Leeside Transition House, Port Hawkesbury

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