The 9th Annual Burke Mountain Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by Rebecca Permack of Royal LePage West Real Estate Services in Coquitlam, British Columbia did not disappoint. An impressive $9,071 was raised for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
A total of 40,000 chocolate eggs were collected by 800 happy hunters. Photos with the Easter Bunny, a live band, food truck and visits from local firefighters and police officers rounded out the morning’s family-friendly activities.
Proceeds will benefit local women’s shelter, Tri-City Transitions via the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
“Our Easter Egg Hunt is such a joyful day but it’s also something we approach very seriously behind the scenes in order to maximize our impact for an organization we care deeply about,” said Permack. “Tri-City Transitions provides such critical, often life-saving services to women and children affected by domestic violence. Our ongoing fundraising allows us to support the brave women they serve in finding a safe place to stay and in seeking the support they need to thrive after experiencing violence and abuse.”