$36,000 raised at Royal LePage Binder Real Estate Charity Golf Tournament

Golfers at the Royal LePage Binder Real Estate Charity Golf Tournament, from L-R: sales representatives Ron Friest, Rob Schussler, Scott Carter, and guest Matt Plant.

Royal LePage Binder Real Estate raised $36,000 at their recent charity golf tournament, held in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. 100 per cent of the funds raised will benefit local women’s shelter, Hiatus House.

“This is the 15th year we’ve held this tournament,” explained Royal LePage Binder Real Estate owner Frank Binder. “To date, we’ve raised over $450,000 for charities in the Windsor area. We couldn’t be more proud of our impact for this important cause.”

Proceeds from this annual tournament are always well received by Hiatus House. “Royal LePage Binder Real Estate is a tremendous supporter,” said Genevieve Isshak, clinical director of residential and outreach services with Hiatus House. “Thanks to their generosity and commitment, we were able to build a state-of-the-art playground for the children to enjoy.”

Royal LePage Binder Real Estate thanks the Charity Golf Tournament committee members for their tireless efforts, as well as the generous sponsors, golfers and volunteers who helped make this event a resounding success.

Foursome of golfers at the Royal LePage Binder Real Estate Charity Golf Tournament, from L-R: Julie Horwood, sales representative Fran Grebenc, Mary Marinigh, and Denise Dumont.

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