(left to right) Max Carbone, Managing Partner. Anna Carbone, Managing Partner. Cherisse Daley, Executive Director. Wesley Lewis, Pathways Worker. Myrna Park, Managing Broker. Jason Abougoush, REALTOR®
CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. firmly believes that what you give is what you get, which is why we focus on exemplary service, hardwork and dedication. But that doesn't just start and stop with the real estate industry- we apply those values to our efforts in community service as well. CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. raised $8,560.00 for our friends at Pathways Abilities Society, helping them in their efforts to support workers with diversabilities-like our very own office superstar Wesley Lewis.
CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd proudly works alongside Pathways to employ some of the community's bravest heroes- the heroes with diversabilities! These heroes are employed throughout the community, providing fulfillment for both the employer and the employee, both socially and mentally.
We love working alongside Wes, who is one of the office's brightest stars, always providing our REALTORs® with a quick joke, a fact, or welcoming smile.
The Pihl Law Paddle for Prevention took place August 13, 2017 with 168 people participating on 42 different teams, including CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty’s very own “Centurions” Team! Collectively, participants managed to raise nearly $50,000 for Brain Trust Canada, a personal cause that resonates with managing broker Myrna Park.
Myrna participates in the Pihl Law Paddle for Prevention for her sister, Faye, who suffered a brain injury when she was 21, motivating Myrna to make participating in the fundraiser an annual objective.
Luckily, we were better at fundraising than we were at racing, and we are looking forward to being involved next year!
Dear Ms Park:
On behalf of the John Howard Society of the Central and South Okanagan we wish to extend heartfelt thanks to you and CENTURY 21 for the use of your “Customer Courtesy Van”.
Your generosity afforded our organization the ability to obtain a substantial donation of office furniture from another Kelowna business which will be utilized by our various programs and social housing projects.
It is the kindness and community-mindedness of businesses such as yours that allows groups like the John Howard Society to continue with our work and meet the needs of those Kelowna residents who require help the most.
Shelley Cook - Executive Director
JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY
THANK YOU FOR BEING OUR ANGELS!
On behalf of the Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs, we’d like to thank you for your generous contribution to this year’s annual Be An Angel Campaign with the Kelowna Daily Courier and Penticton Herald. With your support we were able to provide food, toys, and recreation opportunities for those who need it most.
Now more than ever, children, youth and families are in need of support. Your involvement ensured that over 280 families in the Okanagan were able to enjoy a special Christmas this year.
Your support truly does make a difference, as expressed by one of the Be An Angel hamper recipients,
The hamper helped my family so much, we had a wonderful Christmas, and it would not have happen if not for the help of others.
To see the smiles on my daughters faces Christmas day, and seeing the delicious meal that was provided to us, to have a complete Turkey dinner, was the best!
Another big Thank You.
Your generous community spirit enables families who struggle to have a better Christmas and holiday season. From us and them, thank you.
Chief Executive Officer
PS - Thank you so much for the use of your van for the delivery of hampers. We could not do it without your support!