Portion of Commission Earned Donated to Charity
I’m grateful to be in a position to help support a few charities that are making a real difference in this world. When you buy or sell with me as your realtor in 2024 you may choose a charity from below and a portion of my commission earned on the purchase or sale will be donated directly on your behalf. The amount donated usually works out to between $400 – $800 depending on the price range of the home bought or sold.
I’ve personally donated a total of more that $130,000 to charities – all from this business model that I first implemented in 2014.
Thanks for being a part of this, it is one of the most rewarding aspects of my work.
Seva Canada is a Vancouver-based charitable organization whose mission is to restore sight and prevent blindness in the developing world. Seva believes that giving sight to a blind person is the most effective way to relieve suffering, reduce poverty and transform lives. Seva works in 11 of the world’s poorest places: Nepal, Tibet, India/China, Africa (Malawi, Madagascar, Zambia, Burundi, and Tanzania), Guatemala, Cambodia, and Egypt. Every $50 provides a cataract surgery.
KidStart is an award winning volunteer mentoring program offered by The John Howard Society of North Island that matches caring adult mentors with young people ages 6-18 in the Comox Valley and Campbell River. Through role modeling and encouraging kids to participate in activities that build their confidence, mentors help children and youth become more resilient and successful in the face of challenges in their lives.
YANA is located in the Comox Valley and assists local families who need to travel to access medical treatment for their children.
The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The SPCA’s mission is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in BC. Our local SPCA helps hundreds of animals every year.
The Care-A-Van is a mobile healthcare unit run by a team of 33 volunteer nurses, doctors, pharmacists, optometrist, dentists, and drivers. Their mission is to improve access to healthcare and related services through relationship building with individuals who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness in the Comox Valley.
Greenpeace is an independent campaigning organization, which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to force the solutions which are essential to a green and peaceful future.
Dawn to Dawn is a non-profit that makes transitional housing possible in the Comox Valley. They provide homeless individuals and families with access to housing that gets them (or keeps them) off the streets. Their Housing First Model to ending homelessness says it doesn’t matter how people became homeless; everyone is better able to move forward in their lives if they are housed.
MFA Canada works to create a society in which all animals are treated with the compassion and respect they so rightly deserve. They serve as a voice for animals through proactive consumer education initiatives, cruelty investigations, corporate outreach, and legal advocacy.
The Wachiay Friendship Centre is a non-profit society whose mandate is to provide services and supports to the urban Aboriginal population in the Comox Valley Regional District. Wachiay’s Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal clients and membership include individuals and families that range from homeless, unemployed and under-employed living with poverty issues, to low-income earners who are struggling from month to month.