Good Works

Good Works

The feast in Oakville’s Gairloch Gardens supports artistic programming.

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Sutton Group Quantum Realty in Oakville, Ont. recently partnered in Oakville Galleries' Cocina, a Dinner in Gairloch Gardens event. "It is an amazing and unique event," says broker of record Tina Gardin.

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Living Realty recently launched a Thanksgiving food drive throughout the Greater Toronto Area, aimed at giving back to the community it has been serving since 1980.

From left: Sutton Group - Preferred’s Cathy Combs, sales administrator; Lori Payne, office manager; Gerry Weir, broker of record; Jenne Wason Benoit, RMH of Southwestern Ontario director of development; and Ken Payne, Sutton Group - Preferred manager.

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The Sutton Group - Preferred 26th Annual Golf Tournament raised $11,714.50 for Ronald McDonald House of Southwestern Ontario (RMH). Since 2015, Sutton Group - Preferred has raised $24,158.

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Re/Max Escarpment Realty in Stoney Creek, Ont. recently held is fifth annual Grill and Chill event in support of the Children’s Miracle Network. The brokerage raised more than $400,000 for CMN during the last 25 years.

Team members from Sutton - Showplace Realty in Chilliwack, along with friends and family, raised funds for wildlife evacuees at a recent barbecue.

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The team at Sutton Showplace Realty in Chilliwack, B.C. served 144 hotdogs at a barbecue recently as they raised $1,284 for the Red Cross to assist victims of the B.C. wildfires.

The team at Sutton Group – Signature Realty in Mississauga purchased and built the playground.

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The team at Sutton Group Signature Realty in Mississauga, Ont. raised $3,000 to purchase a playground, then constructed it from the ground up in the backyard of a sick, two-year-old boy named Jonah.

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Exit Realty Corp. International will donate $300,000 to benefit those hardest hit by tropical storm Harvey. A portion of every transaction fee received by Exit is pledged to its non-profit organization of choice.

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CREA reports that from 2012 to 2015, the real estate community raised and donated $91.2 million for charity. Here are some of the ways real estate professionals are giving back to their communities.

Iceland Challenge for Shelter trekkers braving a narrow pass with sheer drops on either side.

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The group collected more than $655,000 for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, making the Iceland Challenge for Shelter the charity’s largest fundraiser of all time.

Chi-en (Amy) Tai is presented with the scholarship cheque by LSTAR president Jim Smith.

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The London and St. Thomas Association of Realtors (LSTAR) has awarded $6,000 to four outstanding students, supporting their post-secondary endeavours.