In The Community 1 April 2020

CENTURY 21 Canada Agents Across The Country Lend A Helping Hand In The Midst Of Uncertain Times

Over 6,000 Meals Donated To Those In Need Over 6,000 Meals Donated To Those In Need Over 6,000 Meals Donated To Those In Need

Lifeline Canada Volunteers delivering the 6,000 meals

Over 6,000 Meals Donated To Those In Need

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Debbie Scruggs, the CENTURY 21 Bravo Realty team, and her Calgary clients packed over 6,000 meals for the Mustard Seed and Calgary Dream Centre. The Lifeline Canada delivered these meals to these non-profits that help people overcome poverty, homelessness and addiction. In the past year, Debbie, the CENTURY 21 Bravo Realty team, and clients partnered with the Lifeline Christian Mission to pack over 14,000 meals to be sent to Haiti. Thank you, Debbie and the rest of the CENTURY 21 Bravo Realty team­—your hard work does not go unnoticed!


Random Act Of Kindness

Michael Kallis (left) the head of concierge services with Nathan Ho (right).  Photo by: Kelsey Wilson TORONTO STAR

Random Act Of Kindness

Nathan Ho of CENTURY 21 Atria Realty Inc. in Toronto, did a “Random Acts of Kindness” to say thank you to his building staff working during these uncertain times. He noticed the concierge and other staff working to keep the building secure and clean while everyone else was panicking about the virus, food and supplies. To say thank you for all their hard work, Nathan went out and bought two large pizzas, some chicken wings and bottles of water. Nathan, who has lived in the building for over 3 years, said, “It’s the least I can do just to say to them I am thankful for their continued support, even during this crisis.” Thank you, Nathan for taking the time to show gratitude for essential workers who support and help during the COVID-19 emergency.


Local Food Drive To Help Families & Kids In Need

Ashley Tott delivering the donating food.

Local Food Drive To Help Families & Kids In Need

It all started with Daniel Stewart from CENTURY 21 Groupe Opt/Immo in Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts, posting on Facebook offering food to anyone in need during these unusual times, and with the help of a friend, Ashley Tott, the idea was transformed into a full food drive for their surrounding communities. On March 29, 2020, Daniel and Ashley collected non-perhishable food items, picking the donations up outside the donators’ doors to ensure social distancing and to keep their neighbours safe, then brought the large collection to the Garde-Manger. Daniel said, “The food drive was a small gesture so that we could do our part to help those less fortunate.” Daniel­—your help goes a long way and is greatly appreciated!


Thank you C21 Canada family for all your hard work to make our world a better place & for continuously delivering the gold standard.