Royal LePage Village raises more than $17,900 for shelter with Casino Royale event

Royal LePage Village in Pointe Claire, QC raised $17,924 for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation at their 1st annual ‘Casino Royale.’ 100 per cent of funds raised were donated to the West Island Women’s Shelter.

Led by Lorraine Sims, a team of brokers with Royal LePage Village organized an evening of delicious food, play-gambling and dancing with more than 300 in attendance. Brokers from the five Royal LePage Village offices and their guests were ushered in with red carpet treatment. Excitement remained high until the close of the evening’s silent auction.

A representative of the West Island Women’s Shelter shared important insights about family violence, while showing gratitude for events like Casino Royale. Raising awareness in the community and generating critical funds for women and children who are seeking safe shelter and a life free from domestic violence is a priority.

This story was originally featured on the Royal LePage Leading Edge website and has been adapted for our site with permission.

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