After a four-year hiatus, Royal LePage Royal City Realty were thrilled to bring back their Summer Soiree, benefitting Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis via the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. Despite the rainy weather, a community of engaged supporters came together under a tent at Aberfoyle Mill to enjoy games, live music by Southbound Soul, and a thrilling auction. The event was an incredible success, raising $26,500 for this life-saving community organization.
Founded in 1977, Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis supports women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence, and human trafficking. Executive Director Sly Castaldi spoke at the event to express their gratitude for the ongoing, deeply generous support of Royal LePage Royal City Realty. Emphasizing that Royal LePage professionals specialize in selling homes, Castaldi noted how much additional value they provide in the community through their fundraising efforts to provide safety, hope and healing to those in need.
“Everyone needs a safe and loving place to call home, and Guelph-Wellington Women in Crisis provides our most vulnerable with the community, safety, and reassurance they need,” said Jeff C. Morley, broker of record for Royal LePage Royal City Realty. “We’re exceptionally proud to be part of their mission and look forward to many more years of the Summer Soiree!”