Good Works

Good Works

Amanda Mitchell

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When Amanda Mitchell saw the success of Royal LePage colleague Lindsey Edward’s “Flocked 4 Shelter” fundraiser in Cobourg, Ont., she knew the event could be a huge hit in her Kamloops, B.C., community as well. 

The billboards can be seen until Oct. 8.

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Walter Schneider, president and co-founder of Re/Max Integra, along with his wife Maria Schneider, are being recognized by the David Foster Foundation in its latest billboard campaign.

Enjoying the “Cruz 4 Her” fundraising ride are Tara McFadden of the Big Hill Haven Women’s Shelter and Debbie Leah, sales representative with Royal LePage Allstar. (Photo: Jacquie Matechuk Photography)

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Royal LePage professionals in Cochrane, Alta. helped raise more than $10,000 for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation via two fundraising events.

Heather Lemieux, left, is joined by crafter Jennifer Tryon during her Virtual Uplifting Party.

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Heather Lemieux, sales rep with Royal LePage Connect Realty in Scarborough, Ont., recently raised $6,000 for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation at her “Virtual Uplifting Party”. 

Getting ready to tee off, from left: Jeff Nethercott, Royal LePage Canada president and CEO Phil Soper and Mike Cullis.

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Staff at Royal LePage Triland Realty in London, Ont. realized their annual summer golf tournament would need to look a lot different this year. 

Residents from a nearby seniors home were invited to the event.

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Every year the Cynthia Ostos Real Estate Team at Cloud Realty in Mississauga, Ont. hosts a Client Appreciation Event for its past clients.

The Bubble Man put on a spontaneous bubble show at the brokerage.

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Sutton Group - Lakefront Realty in Vernon, B.C. runs a sponsorship program for people who are trying to better themselves and society. The most recent recipient was “The Bubble Man”, Geoff Akins.

Kathleen Black

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Kathleen Black, CEO and founder of Kathleen Black Coaching & Consulting, is pilgrimaging onto the Camino de Santiago in Spain to raise money and awareness for victims of domestic abuse.

The driveway performance attracted a socially distanced audience of 60 people.

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Rayissa Palmer and Sandy Bodnar of Sutton Group Old Mill Realty in Toronto recently supported the arts in an innovative way: driveway dance performances.

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The annual golf tournament held by Royal LePage Binder in Windsor, Ont. was cancelled due to COVID-19, but that’s not stopping the company from organizing an event to raise funds for local shelter Hiatus House.