Charity of Choice, brought to you by the Avinashi Group, is a local community donation program. For every residential real estate transaction completed with the Avinashi Group, $100 is proudly contributed to our client’s charity or organization of choice.
Every month, we feature our Charity of Choice to bring awareness to different organizations within Vancouver and to support our local neighbourhoods.BLESSINGS IN A BACKPACK
in Vancouver. CLICK HERE
to see how it’s impacting our schools in Vancouver.
This past October, we selected Blessings in a Backpack as our Charity of Choice for the month. $100 was donated for every real estate transaction completed with us in October. What a one hundred dollar donation translated into was feeding one child in Vancouver, every weekend, for one school year.
In the spirit of the holiday season and in light of the organization being able to make such a difference in our own backyard, we have confirmed Blessings in a Backpack to be our Charity of Choice moving forward. We will continue giving 100 dollars for each transaction completed, which means that just one purchase or sale with the Avinashi Group will feed an additional child in Vancouver for an entire year, each and every weekend.
The child brings their empty backpack to school on Friday and it is filled with items such as oatmeal, granola bars, fruits, pasta, etc for a weekend supply of meals. The organization is completely volunteer based, which means that every dollar donated goes towards a feeding a child in need. We are so happy to be contributing in the little way that we can for such a great initiative.
If there is any way you can contribute (in the way of product or donation), please get in touch. We would love to work to feed as many children in need as possible. It is truly shocking how many children in our city go unfed, so let’s start by making a difference locally.
“Blessings in a Backpack is a unique program designed to support schoolchildren who simply do not have enough to eat on weekends. Families who struggle with hunger or who are ‘food insecure’ rely on food banks and other resources during the week, but many cannot satisfy weekend needs. This is where we step in.”“$100 donation feeds a child in the program for 1 year.”