Royal LePage Triland Realty once again pulled out all the stops in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
Following in the footsteps of their small-scale socially distanced golf tournament in 2020, the “Shelter Cup 2.0” was held this past August and raised an impressive $54,000. 100 per cent of proceeds were directed to four local women’s shelters: Violence Against Women Services Elgin, Women’s Rural Resource Centre of Strathroy, Anova: Future without Violence and Domestic Abuse Services Oxford.
Golfers include both local Royal LePage and neighbouring REALTORS® and business partners. To be eligible to play, each of the only 30 participants had to commit to raising at least $1,000 for the cause. The Royal LePage Triland Realty Shelter Cup committee raised $10,000 in local sponsorships in order to make the day possible.
“I am very proud of our entire team of golfers, volunteers, sponsors and donors for making this day such a wonderful success,” said Royal LePage Triland Realty broker/owner, Peter Meyer. “As a company, we are absolutely committed to keeping women and children in our community safe from domestic violence. To that end, we are exceptionally proud to have raised more than $500,000 over the last 10 years for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.”