Lindsay Reimers

Royal LePage Shelter Foundation 

When you purchase or sell a home through me, a portion of my commission is donated to The National Garage Sale for Shelter. 

On the Saturday of the Mother's Day weekend every year, I host the national garage sale with my brokerage. As we are committed to strengthening the communities where we live and work, Royal LePage is the only Canadian real estate company with its own charitable foundation. The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention programs.

Every dollar raised goes directly to helping the more than 30,000 women and children who are served each year by the shelters and support programs we fund. Since 1998, the Shelter Foundation has raised more than $27 million. 

This year at the garage sale, our brokerage raised a total of $16,190.60!

It is important for me to support the community in which I live and work in and I believe it is important for you to know that by using my services, you are also directly impacting the lives of these women and children in need. For further information about the foundation or to learn more about how you can help, please feel free to contact me or visit their website at https://www.royallepage.ca/en/realestate/about-us/shelter-foundation

Check out some photos below of the 2018 and 2019 Garage Sale for Shelter!

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Community Project for Adults with Special Needs

I joined Pegasus as a summer student in 2003. After several summers of working with Pegasus, I graduated from King’s College at the University of Western Ontario with an Honours BA in Child Psychology in 2006. At that time I went to work at Pegasus as a full time Program Counsellor and then became the first supervisor at SH Armstrong when Pegasus opened it’s fourth location.

What is Pegasus Community Project? 

Pegasus Community Project believes that all citizens are entitled to the opportunity to participate in the life of their community and to grow as individuals.  Pegasus was founded to offer citizens with developmental disabilities these opportunities, as well as to support them to plan their lives and to make personal choices.

Despite leaving the job at Pegasus I remained an active member in the community and was invited to join the Board of Directors in 2013. 

To learn more about Pegasus Community project, visit their website at http://www.pegasustoronto.ca/