CENTURY 21 Canada updates: Giving back to communities

by Ephraim Vecina27 May 2016
Recent updates from local chapters of real estate agent franchise CENTURY 21 Canada reveal a sustained commitment to their areas of service, further solidifying the housing giant’s status as both an industry leader and a reliable partner entity:
CENTURY 21 Foothills (Lethbridge, AB)
On late April, CENTURY 21 agents collaborated with Lethbridge locals to organize a Black Tie Fundraiser, successfully raising $80,000 for the Youth One grassroots program that aims to make a difference in the lives of youth through various developmental programs.
CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd. (Oakville, ON)
The branch recently held the 5th annual edition of their “Klean Up for Kids” car wash and raffle event, successfully raising around $2,000 for the Easter Seals Kids to Camp initiative.
CENTURY 21 Dome Realty (Regina, SK)
Earlier this month, local agents arranged, cleaned, and prepared Camp Easter Seals in Watrous, SK for this year’s Campers. The annual Camp caters to children with disabilities who are looking for the unique adventures that only the outdoors can provide.


  • by e.harold 5/27/2016 10:39:55 AM

    C 21 people are GOOD people - Client Care is tops - No B S like the balloon story tellers - mostly false

  • by 5/27/2016 12:22:37 PM

    Good job CENTURY 21. You're the best.


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