Proud to Support Karen Hope

Proud to Support Karen Hope

100Brokers members voted and we are very pleased to announce that we will be sending a cheque in the amount of $6,000 to Karen Hope. That is 60 brokers each donating $100 in support of a long time member of the First National Financial Family who fell suddenly ill and...

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Option 1: Karen Hope

Option 1: Karen Hope

Nominated Charity: Funds for Karen Hope of First National Financial This is an urgent cause that requires immediate attention Submitted By: Jenna Dreyer - jenna.dreyer@TD.com and Marc Lalonde - marc@ourmortgageprofessional.com Contact Persons: Jenna Dreyer...

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Option 2: The Hammerer Family

Option 2: The Hammerer Family

Nominated Charity: The Hammerer Family This is an ongoing cause and can be supported anytime Submitted By: Dan Pultr - dan@mortgagegroup.com Contact Persons: Dan Pultr - 1-604-707-6320 WHY THIS CAUSE SHOULD BE SUPPORTED BY THE MEMBERSHIP AT 100BROKERS: The reason I...

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Option 3: Canuck Place

Option 3: Canuck Place

  Nominated Charity: Canuck Place Children’s Hospice This is an ongoing cause and can be supported anytime Submitted By: Camilo Rodriguez - camilo.rodriguez@mortgageslab.ca Contact Persons: Tiffany Pedersen - 604-408-9989 or tiffany@mbabc.ca Website:...

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Proud to Support the Ellis Family

Proud to Support the Ellis Family

100Brokers members voted and we are very pleased to announce that  we will be sending a cheque in the amount of $5,700 to The Ellis Family. That is 57 brokers each donating $100 in support of a family who is caring for their little boy with a very rare terminal...

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Option 3: The Nour Family

Option 3: The Nour Family

Nominated Charity:  The Nour Family This is an urgent cause that requires immediate attention Submitted By:  Ann Todd - ann.todd@mac.com Contact Information: Chris Hallett, Toronto Community Matters (416) 944-9697 Website:  http://www.communitymatterstoronto.org/ Why...

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Option 2: 6 Parentless Children (From Port Moody)

Option 2: 6 Parentless Children (From Port Moody)

Nominated Cause:  6 Parentless Children (from Port Moody) This is an urgent cause that requires immediate attention Submitted By:  Marc Lalonde - marc@ourmortgageprofessional.com Sharon Davis - sharon@myimsmortgage.com Contact Information: Bryan Cheung, (uncle to...

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Option 1: The Ellis Family

Option 1: The Ellis Family

Nominated Cause:  The Ellis Family This is an urgent cause that requires immediate attention Submitted By:  Neil Beaumont - neil@neilbeaumont.ca Contact Persons: Hannah Vest 604-644-6465 or Shawn Ellis 778-938-6604 Why this cause should be supported by the membership...

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Donation Made to Canadian Mental Health Association

Donation Made to Canadian Mental Health Association

As per the will of our membership, we are proud to present the Canadian Mental Health Association with a cheque in the amount of $5,700. Here is the gratuitous novelty check shot that everyone loves! Could you imagine trying to deposit one of those into an ATM?...

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Help 6 Parentless Children

Help 6 Parentless Children

Here is a cause that has been put forward for consideration. If you want to support this cause individually, please consider going to the GoFundme page here. Thanks for the heads up Marc Lalonde. We will certainly consider this cause for our next show of corporate...

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Proud to Support the Canadian Mental Health Association

Proud to Support the Canadian Mental Health Association

100Brokers members voted and we are very pleased to announce that in our first show of unified support, we will be sending a cheque in the amount of $5,700 to the Canadian Mental Health Association. That is 57 brokers each donating $100 in support of raising awareness...

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Option 1: Canuck Place Children’s Hospice

Option 1: Canuck Place Children’s Hospice

This is an ongoing cause and can be supported anytimeSubmitted by: Camilo Rodriguez - camilo.rodriguez@mortgageslab.caContact Person: Tiffany Pedersenhttp://www.canuckplace.org/ Why this cause should be supported by the membership at 100Brokers:My approach is very...

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Option 2 : Food4Kids

Option 2 : Food4Kids

This is an ongoing cause and can be supported anytimeSubmitted By:  James Loewen - james@loewengroup.caContact Person: Gayle Kabbashhttp://www.food4kids.ca/Why this cause should be supported by the membership at 100Brokers:The program was started in the saddest way...

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Option 3 : Canadian Mental Health Association

Option 3 : Canadian Mental Health Association

This is an ongoing cause and can be supported anytimeThis cause has a limited time frame to supportSubmitted By:  Dan Pultr - dan@mortgagegroup.comhttp://www.cmha.ca/ Why this cause should be supported by the membership at 100Brokers:In the past 3 weeks, the...

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Fort McMurray – Several Ways to Give!

Fort McMurray – Several Ways to Give!

Our hearts go out to all the people impacted by the fires in Fort McMurray. Below is a list that we have put together outlining charities that are making a difference locally in the fire relief effort in Fort McMurray.At the time of writing this, our membership is at...

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Help Dominic and His Family

Help Dominic and His Family

This cause has been brought forward by Neil Beaumont for your consideration. This simply means we have published it to the 100Brokers blog as a way to highlight a cause you might want to support. A GoFundMe Page has been created to help Dominic and his family. Please...

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Beat Street Feet

Beat Street Feet

So in the months between sharing our first cause and the launch of 100 Brokers Who Care, we started a Facebook group that has over 500 members to date. In December of 2015, broker Dustan Woodhouse shared an initiative that was close to his heart, called Beat Street...

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Our First Cause

Our First Cause

Here's how 100 Brokers Who Care actually got it's start.The following is the text copied from a post in the 100 Brokers Who Care Facebook Group. From Sabeena Bubber, read the original post on Facebook here.   Our first cause is what brought Scott Peckford, Jackson...

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