SickKids Hospital patient Georgia’s very first day at home in Burlington, Ont. was on March 26 after she spent 5 ½ months in the hospital. Vanessa and Gord’s first child was diagnosed, in utero, with hypoplastic left heart syndrome at 18 weeks. Her journey has included three cardiac arrests, open-heart surgery performed on day five of her life and a second open-heart surgery in February. The funds raised by Re/Max help support the hospital’s highest priority needs, says SickKids.

Salespeople from Ontario Re/Max offices set a record for fund raising in 2015 for The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) through the signature Re/Max Miracle Home Program. The salespeople within the SickKids catchment area raised $730,000. This brings Re/Max Integra’s lifetime donation to more than $12 million.

The top 10 fundraising brokerages were:
  1. Re/Max Realtron Realty, $130,004
  2. Re/Max Hallmark Realty and Hallmark York, $116,357
  3. Re/Max West Realty, $44,220
  4. Re/Max Real Estate Centre, $36,549
  5. Re/Max Rouge River Realty, $33,619
  6. Re/Max All-Stars Realty, $25,250
  7. Re/Max Ultimate Realty, $24,175
  8. Re/Max Professionals, $23,241
  9. Re/Max Realty Specialists, $22,917
  10. Re/Max Premier, $18,635
Top 10 sales rep donors:
  1. Barry Cohen, Re/Max Realtron
  2. Brigitte Obregon, Re/Max Ultimate Realty
  3. Ralph Ciancio, Re/Max All-Stars
  4. Anonymous donor
  5. Mark Richards, Re/Max Hallmark
  6. Wayne Kahn, Re/Max Realtron
  7. Cintia De Souza, Re/Max Ultimate Realty
  8. Frank Leo, Re/Max West
  9. Leilani Evans, Re/Max Professionals
  10. Rajiv Rajpal, Re/Max Realtron


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