The Association of Saskatchewan Realtors (ASR) recently hosted a fundraising event in Regina that featured Realtors and industry partners decked out in their best rock star attire. It raised more than $20,000 for the Quality of Life Legacy Fund.
Six charities were presented with $5,000 cheques at the ASR Annual General meeting the following day. They are:
- Rail City Industries in Melville, to purchase a Mobi Changer adult change table
- Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter in Swift Current, to assist in the provision of safe, secure shelter and support for youth who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
- Battlefords Trade & Education Centre, North Battleford, to purchase a massage chair that will be part of a future sensory room
- Jubilation Residential Centres, Prince Albert, to provide free blood pressure/blood glucose testing as part of operations for Seniors’ Advocacy Centre
- Saskatoon Downtown Youth Centre – EGADZ, Saskatoon, to provide support for the Action to Employment program, which provides work for youth and young mothers and
- REALM Ripplinger, Ehmann and Laborde, Mang Foundation, Regina, to assist in the provision of a support network to parents of children with disabilities and enhance the children’s lives.