$2,670 raised at ‘Dance for Shelter’

June 10, 2019 2 min. read

Paula Langille (right) and ‘Dance for Shelter’ guest Tina Barrett Robertson.

Paula Langille with Royal LePage Atlantic in Halifax, Nova Scotia raised $2670 at a fundraising dance in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.
Guests danced the night away at the Armdale Yacht Club to the sounds of the band Clam Chowder and DJ Matt Diamond.
“I couldn’t have asked for a more fantastic group of people to have gathered in support of our local shelters,” said Langille. “As a mother to three girls, I want the women seeking safety to know that we are here for them and that we are raising money to allow shelters to concentrate on providing the life-changing and life-saving work they do without constantly worrying about funding.”

From L-R at ‘Dance for Shelter’: Royal LePage Atlantic broker of record Marc Doucet, managing broker Matthew Honsberger and associate broker/manager, Tracey Bish.

Funds raised at the ‘Dance for Shelter’ will support Langille’s participation in the Sahara Desert Challenge for Shelter and will be directed by the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation to both Alice House in Halifax and the Cape Breton Transition House.

Dancers enjoying the band at Paula Langille’s ‘Dance for Shelter’