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Century 21 Saskatchewan Celebrates over $1.5M raised for Camp Easter Seal
May 20, 2015
On May 20, Century 21 agents from across Saskatchewan alongside employees from the Saskatchewan Abilities Council gathered at Camp Easter Seal to celebrate over $1.5M raised for Camp Easter Seal.
As the national charity of choice for Century 21, Camp Easter Seal and children and youth living with varying abilities have benefitted from an active relationship for over 20 years in Saskatchewan.
“As a direct result of your support, hundreds of children and youth living with disabilities in our community have had the opportunity to attend Camp Easter Seal. Together we are building strong foundations that are able to stand the test of time. Today as we work alongside each other, we continue to build a foundation of opening doors and breaking down barriers,” stated Karen Moore of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council.
To recognize the strong commitment and efforts made by Century 21, a commemorative rock and a tree were planted to symbolize the ongoing foundational strength and the continued growth of the relationship between Camp Easter Seal and Century 21.
“This is a place where dreams come true and where kids have the opportunity to just be kids” said Su Huynh, Camp Easter Seal Manager. “Your contributions ensure that campers are able to attend camp free of charge and experience the joys of camp with barriers removed.”
As the formal recognition ceremony came to a close, Century 21 and Saskatchewan Abilities Council staff rolled up their sleeves and got down to work on getting the camp ready for the season.