Royal LePage Burloak 5th Annual Charity Halloween Chili Bowl raises funds for local shelters

Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services held its 5th Annual Charity Halloween Chili Bowl to benefit Halton Women’s Place and the Carpenter Hospice. The event, held Oct. 29 at Burlington Bowl, attracted 112 bowlers and supporters, many of whom dressed in Halloween costumes to add to the fun.

“For the 5th year in a row, I am proud to say that we had fantastic support from our team, who, together with very generous community partners, made this fundraising event a huge success”, said JoAnn Jusdanis, President and Broker/Owner of Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services. “Every dollar raised at the Halloween Chili Bowl goes directly to helping the women and children who are served by our local shelters and support programs.”

“Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services is deeply committed to helping the community in a variety of ways. The Company’s unique team spirit makes raising funds a very pleasurable experience for everyone involved” said Rebecca Ryder, Vice President & Broker of Record.

“A home should be a place of safety, security and comfort,” said Shanan Spencer-Brown, Executive Director of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. “Sadly, that is not always the case. That is why the funds raised by Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services are so important and why the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is grateful for their continued support and dedication to the community.”

Over the past twelve years, Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services has raised more $225,000 in support of Halton Women’s Place and the Carpenter Hospice. They continue to contribute to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation by organizing and holding fundraising events throughout the year.

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Realtors in Tiaras: L-R are sales reps Anne Marie Buttenham, Robin J. Martins, Hilary Prins and Joy O’Connor.

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Smelly3some & Jules – L-R are sales reps Robert Simek, Jules Morris, Michael Brejnik and Ken Parkin

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Two Plus Two. L-R are Scott Prince, Karen Stringer, Marion Benson and Brian Miller

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