Social Resonsibility | Non Profits For Real Estate
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Passion Makes A Difference

Doing Work That Matters!


It’s awesome to combine social responsibility with real estate transactions. Whether you’re buying or selling your Montreal real estate, it’s always a huge decision. Probably one of the biggest decisions you can make. Aside from having my knowledge and expertise to guide you, I donate a portion of my profits to the non profit of your choice! It’s nice to know that on top of having a successful transaction, you’re using your real estate transaction in a socially responsible way and are able to make a positive impact on something that’s close to your heart.


Below are some my non profit partnerships. If you don’t yet see the non profit that’s of special importance to you, the list is growing all the time with your help.

social responsibility in real estate

Rosamond Halsey Carr at the Imbabazi Orphanage
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Regroupement Trisomie 21

Regroupement Trisomie 21, based in Montreal is a local organization helping families with children with Down Syndrome. Visit their website to learn more about their incredible work!

Miriam Foundation

The Miriam Foundation, based in Montreal is a local organization that does exceptional work helping families with children with autism. Please visit their website to learn more about their incredible work!

Light A Dream

Light A Dream Non Profit

Light A Dream is an exceptional organization supporting young adults with autism and other intellectual disabilities with career training and vocational opportunities. Light A Dream, through the use of both classroom training and hands on experience in a variety of job placements, creates a safe and secure sense of community for  the students, enhancing their self esteem, work, social and leadership skills.

CTV recently did a segment on the wonderful and important work of this special foundation!

A career for those with special needs

CTV Montreal reports on Light a Dream, a West Island foundation that teaches job and life skills

Learn more about this awesome organization!

Learn More about my membership and the organization Investing In Communities. Investing in Communities is a great example of real estate and social responsibility

#My Montreal Real Estate - #Sustainable Real Estate - #Socially Responsible Real Estate

Welcome to My Montreal Real Estate - Whether you're looking to buy or sell Montreal Real Estate use your transactions to create a more sustainable and socially responsible future for ourselves and the generations that follow.


Use my donation to support someone’s campaign on GoFundMe!

jewish general hospital foundation

Donations to the Jewish General Hospital Foundation are essential for the funding of initiatives like cancer research as well as providing vital hospital resources!

Fondation Emergo

Camp Emergo, is the first summer camp for autistic people in Québec, which was set up by parents of the Association des enfants autistiques du Québec (today, the Fédération québécoise de l’autisme).  It’s mission is to offer respite services to families living with autistic people or people having pervasive developmental disorders by welcoming them in a safe and stimulating outdoor environment adapted to their needs, thus encouraging them to maintain and develop their capabilities. To learn more about the incredible work this organization does, visit the foundations website!

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation
Plant Trees Save Lives
Old Brewery Mission Logo

The Old Brewery Mission is an incredible organization based here in Montreal that is trying to end homelessness! Some frightening statistics you  may not know according to The Old Brewery Mission

  • As many as 50,000 make up the “hidden’ homeless”, “couch-surfers” or individuals who stay with family, friends, or others because they have nowhere else to go[1].
  • The average life expectancy of a person experiencing homelessness in Canada is 39 years[2].
  • For people who remain homeless for more than three months — the chronically homeless — life on the streets and in shelters creates cascading trauma often leading to addiction, abuse and suicide[2].
  • The chronic homeless incur large economic costs – an estimated $1.1 billion or $35,000 cost per person each year through being inappropriately ‘housed’ in jails and temporary shelters and using hospital emergency departments[2].
  • On The Mission

    • the largest resource of its kind for homeless men in Quebec and for homeless women in Canada.
    • Operates seven pavilions across the city of Montreal and employs 200 trained individuals.
    • Transitions more than 600 homeless men and women
      back into society every year.
  • To learn more about all the vital and great work the Mission does, visit their website.
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