Royal LePage Solutions raises more than $7,000 for Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter

Staff and management at Royal LePage Solutions in Calgary raised $7,390 in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation at their annual Christmas Party, held Dec. 5 at the Deerfoot Inn & Casino.

Donations for the silent auction poured in from local businesses and attendees were extremely generous in their bidding.

Pictured from left to right: Gene Yamada, associate broker; Diane Scott, broker/owner; Chad Morgan,  realtor/owner; Cara Morgan, realtor/owner; Peter Ridout, in-house lawyer, Crystal McGregor, conveyancing, Diana Dorais, in-house mortgage broker; Kim Bryce, financial administrator; Suzy Godfrey,  administrative assistant.

Pictured from left to right: Gene Yamada, associate broker; Diane Scott, broker/owner; Chad Morgan,  realtor/owner; Cara Morgan, realtor/owner; Peter Ridout, in-house lawyer, Crystal McGregor, conveyancing, Diana Dorais, in-house mortgage broker; Kim Bryce, financial administrator; Suzy Godfrey,  administrative assistant.

100 per cent of funds raised were donated to the Calgary Women’s Emergency Shelter, which recently presented Royal LePage Solutions with their Tulip Award for Philanthropy. This honor was given in recognition of over $25,000 in commission donations provided by Royal LePage Solutions in the previous year, which helps fund the shelter’s Healthy Relationships program. “We’re so proud of our company’s contribution to this very important resource in our community,” said Cara Morgan, Realtor/owner at Royal LePage Solutions. “Our office donations are making a real difference.”

 

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