Topic: Community Impact Fund



$1,803 Raised for InspireHealth

The Duttons team joyfully joined over 100 participants in yesterday’s 5km RainWalk – an InspireHealth fundraiser. Thanks to all those who supported our team’s fundraising efforts. You made a real difference. Together we raised $1,803! InspireHealth is a non-profit supportive cancer care…

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2016: A Year of Giving

We started 2016 by establishing our Duttons Community Impact Fund, with the goal of donating proceeds to those local organizations which are near and dear to our hearts. With every completed real estate sales transaction we were able to grow the fund and thereby have a greater impact on our local community. We are proud to have donated over $12,000 this year to…

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A Helping Hand For The Victoria Immigrant & Refugee Centre

When I visited The Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Centre I was impressed by what a vibrant and busy community it was. There were dozens of clients using the facility to apply for jobs, take ESL classes and develop job skills. In an attempt to have our donation do the most good, and support the organization in the best way possible, we asked which program was…

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Supporting the Cridge Centre for the Family

Some of you may remember Colin Moorman, a dear friend of ours, a retired Duttons REALTOR®, and former Executive Director of the Cridge Centre for the Family. Colin approached us recently asking for support of his team’s participation in Ride for Refuge, generously hosted and operated by the Cridge Centre for the Family in support of charities benefiting the displaced, vulnerable and exploited.

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Supporting InspireHealth – $1,300 Donation

InspireHealth is a supportive cancer care centre in Oak Bay, which provides free services, such as nutrition consultation and cooking classes, yoga rehabilitation, physician support, counselling services and stress reduction techniques, to anyone who has either had a cancer diagnosis or is supporting someone with cancer. InspireHealth is partially-funded by the BC Ministry of Health, but relies heavily on community support…

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