Royal LePage Shelter Foundation gives to Thyme Second Stage

Russ Qureshi of Royal LePage Sussex presents a cheque to Denise Woodley of Sunshine Coast Community Services. The donation from Royal LePage Shelter Foundation will go to support the Thyme Second Stage Program, a second stage transition house for women and children fleeing abuse. Women and children at Thyme receive safe, affordable housing, referrals, advocacy and support, in a confidential location, for 12 to 18 months while they rebuild their lives and make community connections. The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation is Canada’s largest public foundation dedicated exclusively to funding women’s shelters and violence prevention programs. “It is a great pleasure for all of the realtors in the Royal LePage Sussex family to contribute, knowing their donations and efforts go towards assisting the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society do the amazing, and needed, work they do,” Qureshi said.

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