In honour of the 20th anniversary of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation, Burlington’s Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services donated $42,000 to Halton Women’s Place and the Carpenter Hospice. “(They are) a wonderful group that believes in making their community better and works so hard, but so happily, in making that happen,” says a tweet from Halton Women’s Place. “We are forever grateful for their support.” Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services has a ‘strong culture of giving back’ was published July 17.You can also raise awareness for your favourite charity by sharing your own inspiring story.
“I am extremely proud to work for a company with the vision for such a foundation and with a strong culture of giving back”, said JoAnn Landry, Broker and President of Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services.
“As we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation this year, I would like to thank all of our sales representatives and employees for their support and generosity over the years. Their commitment to our cause ensures that we can continue to support two essential charitable organizations within our community – Halton Women’s Place and the Carpenter Hospice.”
In 2017, the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation raised $2.8 Million in support of 200 women’s shelters and violence prevention programs across the country. Altogether, Royal LePage brokerages across Canada have raised more than $27 million to become the largest public foundation in Canada dedicated exclusively to supporting women’s shelters and putting an end to domestic violence.