Royal LePage Estate Realty in Toronto, ON recently hosted ‘Unplugged for Shelter’, a fundraising concert that raised $15,600 in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. 100% of proceeds were directed to the Red Door Family Shelter, Scarborough Women’s Centre, and Nellie’s Place in Toronto, and Halton Women’s Place in Oakville.
Held for the second year in place of their usual participation in the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation’s ‘National Garage Sale for Shelter’, Unplugged for Shelter has now raised $33,000 for local women’s shelters and the brave women and children they serve.
This year’s event featured a lineup of talented youth performers who delighted the virtual crowd with familiar favorites and original works.
“We’re immensely grateful to our performers for giving of their time and talents, and to our audience for giving so generously,” said Chris Dunlop, broker of record for Royal LePage Estate Realty. “Giving back to our communities is a cornerstone of our business at Royal LePage Estate Realty. We remain very proud to support the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation and the critically important work of our local women’s shelters.”