KIDS TO CAMP
More than $106 Million Dollars raised in North America for Easter Seals
For over 34 years, the CENTURY 21 System, in North America, has supported local Easter Seals chapters, making it the largest all-time corporate contributor to this charitable organization.
In March 2013, CENTURY 21 Real Estate LLC, announced that we surpassed $106 million dollars in total funds raised and donated directly to Easter Seals since 1979.
CENTURY 21 Canada is proud to support Easter Seals Canada.
Since 1979, CENTURY 21 Canada has supported Easter Seals by raising millions of dollars for families living with disabilities across the country.
"Our brokers and agents are directly improving the lives of local families through their support of Easter Seals," said Don Lawby, President of CENTURY 21 Canada. "Helping children with disabilities live more independent lives reflects our System members' passion for their communities and the culture of the company nationwide."
In 2009, CENTURY 21 Canada introduced the KIDS TO CAMP program, sending children to one of 16 summer camps run by Easter Seals across the country. Through events like The Drop Zone, 24 hour relays, and locally organized fundraising functions, System members have provided 800 children with the independence of fully-accessible summer camps and memorable experiences throughout Canada.
About Easter Seals Camps
Easter Seals camps provide first in a lifetime experiences for many Canadian youth living with disability. Programming revolves around developing the child’s independence, confidence and social skills as many campers will leave the comfort and safety of their home for the first time when heading off to an Easter Seals camp. From sledge hockey to sailing, high ropes courses to swimming it is thanks to the generosity of corporate partners like CENTURY 21 Canada that enables Easter Seals the ability to provide the highest quality of experience for all of the young people it supports, at no cost to the participant.
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