Yesterday, I organized a bottle drive that spanned Fort Erie, Ridgeway, and Stevensville, in support of frontline healthcare workers.
Between 10 am and 4 pm this Monday, June 8, 2020, I will be collecting empty beer, wine, and liquor containers to donate to frontline healthcare workers at Douglas Memorial Hospital via The Beer Store.
Here is how to participate:
In light of the COVID-19 health crisis, I have decided to do something similar.
Make an online donation to Fort Erie Meals on Wheels and receive a free The Fort Erie Podcast tee shirt (while supplies last).
Here’s how it works:
I’ve often said that a good realtor should be a good community ambassador.
So, starting last July, I made it my mission to get involved in my local community — and I’ve had a blast doing it! Here are some photos from various events this past year.
Starting last summer, I have been giving away a gift card to redeem at a local business each month.
Typically, the gift card (or gift certificate) has a value of $50 and is redeemable at a local restaurant.
Why host a monthly gift card giveaway, you ask? Well, it…
- …supports local businesses.
- …highlights some of what makes Fort Erie great.
- …rewards my followers.
- …allows me to connect with local residents by email.
Anyone who made a donation was offered a free The Fort Erie Podcast tee shirt while supplies lasted.
Today, Holly Johnston and I (and our awesome team of volunteers) raised $208.25 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Niagara by hosting a charity car wash in the RE/MAX Niagara parking lot.
This week, between appointments, I gave away 48 Popsicles and 48 ice cream sandwiches at various locations around Fort Erie.
Today, my wife and I (and two awesome volunteers) raised $560.55 for the Fort Erie SPCA by hosting a fundraiser BBQ in the RE/MAX Niagara parking lot.