Good Works

Good Works

The Trentadue Torres team collected bags of food from the neighbourhood for the local food bank.

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Once per quarter, the Trentadue Torres Team at Re/Max All Stars in Stouffville, Ont. works to help replenish the shelves of local food banks after a busy holiday season.

Shannon Murree

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Shannon Murree, a sales rep at Re/Max Chay Realty in Barrie, Ont. has been awarded the City of Barrie’s highest civilian award, in recognition of her good deeds and philanthropy work.

Royal LePage Village broker Normand Deshaies has walked in all four Walk a Mile in Her Shoes events in Montreal.

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Led by organizers at Royal LePage Village, the group raised $31,000 in donations to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, which benefits Auberge Transition, a local women's shelter.

Living Realty donated collected food and $2,000 to the local food bank.

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Living Realty raised $2,000 and collected a lot of food recently for the local food bank. The large donation boxes were filled to the top by the end of the food drive.

North Central Young Centre executive director Sandy Wankel accepts the cheque from ARR president Tim Otitoju, left, and ARR CEO Gord Archibald.

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The Association of Regina Realtors (ARR) has donated more than $125,000 to the North Central Youth Centre (NCFC) over the years. Recently the association donated another $5,000 to support the NCFC After School Program.

Chris Kloot and his wife Nella, along with friends and relatives, launched the Rosedale Harvest Festival.

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Chris Kloot, a sales rep with Sutton Showplace Realty and a Chilliwack, B.C. city councillor, had the idea to hold the Rosedale Harvest Festival a few years ago.

The Royal LePage Network Realty golf tournament committee, from left: Robert Gallaway, Jan Carr, Tammy Jensen, Janice Mercer, Lori Cartwright and Carol Donovan.

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Donations totalling $64,000 in support of local shelters were gathered at the Royal LePage Network Realty annual golf tournament in Red Deer, Alta. The event was sold out with 144 golfers.

Avison Young’s Vancouver staff participated in the global Day of Giving by painting, landscaping and building shelving and furniture at Kiwassa Neighbourhood House and Harbour View Daycare Centre.

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Avison Young held its fifth annual global Day of Giving recently in all of the company’s markets. The 84 offices participating this year represented a 40-per-cent increase from 2014.

Re/Max Little Oak Realty staff presents the cheque to the Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre.

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Re/Max Little Oak Realty, with five offices in the Fraser Valley, B.C., recently donated $138,000 for the purchase of a new central cardio-respiratory monitoring system at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre.

Participants at the event in Halifax came out to raise awareness about ending gender-based violence.

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More than $20,000 was raised at two Walk a Mile in Her Shoes events in Halifax and New Minas, N.S., hosted by Royal LePage Atlantic.