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Easter Seals Canada Annual Report 2018-2019 Helping Canadians living with disabilities be #UNSTOPPABLETM


03 Message From The Chair And President & CEO 05 About Easter Seals 06 Impact Stories 10 National Events & Campaigns 13 National Partners 16 Donors & Supporters 22 Financial Report

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Message From The Chair And President & CEO Dear Friends, It is with great pleasure that we share the highlights of what has been another busy and significant year for Easter Seals Canada, on many fronts. Easter Seals Canada continues to advocate and strive to change the way Canadians define and view disability and accessibility, while making a profound positive difference in the lives of people that we serve every day. We were involved with the federal ministerial dialogue on the new accessibility legislation (Bill-C81, the Accessible Canada Act) which we anticipate will be passed in the House of Commons and come into law later this year. Easter Seals Canada also continues to foster stronger relationships with our counterparts in the United States and Australia, as well as our Easter Seals provincial member organizations and other like-minded charities in Canada – to collaborate, share and learn from each other as it relates to best practices, accessibility policy and programming possibilities in order to advance accessibility and disability priorities. This past year, we strengthened our mission by establishing new innovative partnerships and means to serve those living with disabilities. Among these achievements is the launch of the 21st Century Skills & Leadership Pilot Program with support from RBC Foundation’s Future Launch. The program aims to assist youth and young adults to position themselves for future success in their lives and careers by creating and implementing a transformative leadership curriculum that will support them in building and strengthening their employment skills, capacities and competencies. As more Canadians experience and understand the impact of our work, we are seeing a growth in giving and philanthropy to support our current programs, explore and develop new service areas and enable us to expand and enhance our ability to serve more people. Thanks to the generosity of CIBC Children’s Foundation, we were able to provide direct financial assistance to many more children across the country who now have access to assistive technology and accessibility equipment to live, learn, work and play more fully and independently in their communities. Easter Seals Canada is committed to the people we serve, their families and their communities. As we embark on the implementation of a new strategic plan that will guide our work through to our centennial anniversary in 2022, we strive to continue realizing the powerful principles that are the cornerstone of our mission: to enhance the quality of life, self-esteem and self-determination of Canadians who are living with disabilities. Our commitment to these principles and our passionate belief in the abilities of all people drive us to accept nothing less than continued growth, innovation and success. We thank our volunteers, donors and corporate partners who invest in what we do. Your gifts of time, talent and resources are making an impactful and positive difference in the lives of so many individuals and families Canada-wide, and ensure that Easter Seals will continue to play a critical role as we look to a future that holds still unimagined possibilities for everyone.

Stan Lautsch Chair, Board of Directors

Dave Starrett President and CEO 3


Easter Seals Canada Board of Directors (2018-2019) Stan Lautsch, Chair (SK)

Gail Smidt (MB)

Rhonda Rubin, Past Chair (NB)

George McConechy (AB)

Michael Duffy, Vice Chair (NL)

Glen Hughes (NB)

John M. Herhalt, Secretary-Treasurer (ON)

Marc-Antoine Laporte (QC)

Adriana Dolnyckyj (NS)

Mark Bradbury, CEO Chair (NL)

Andy Livingston (SK)

Paula Lalonde (ON)

Dale Briske (AB)

Regan Lewis (PE)

Doug Surtees (SK)

Steve Prisco (ON)

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About Easter Seals Our Vision Easter Seals Canada is committed to fully enhancing the quality of life, well-being and independence of Canadians living with disabilities.

Our Mission Easter Seals responds to the needs and aspirations of Canadians living with disabilities and their families by providing services and support to promote access, inclusion and opportunity. Working together, Easter Seals Canada and its provincial members strive to increase awareness, research and investment in disability issues.

What We Do Since 1922, Easter Seals Canada and its provincial member organizations have been working to create a more inclusive and accessible society that includes and honours the contributions and potential of Canadians of all abilities. Easter Seals Canada runs national awareness campaigns and raises critical funding for the transformative programs and services that are offered by Easter Seals provincial member organizations at the local level. Serving a broad range of people—both children, youth and adults—with varying physical, intellectual, sensory and learning disabilities, we help to ensure that everyone living with a disability has access to the equipment, programs, services and support they need to make the most of their abilities and live their lives to the fullest. More specifically, we offer: Accessible and inclusive summer camps. Inclusive sports, recreation and leisure programs. Education, job training, employment services and social enterprise initiatives. Scholarships and bursaries for higher education. Rehabilitative and occupational therapy programs. Residential and respite programs for families of children who require medical treatment. Access 2 Program and Disability Travel Card.

Easter Seals Across The Country Easter Seals Canada is a federated organization, with member organizations representing all provinces and territories. A national Board of Directors, made up of members representing each province, support a national staff and provincial organizations that plan and deliver all programs, services and fundraising activity across the country. Alphabetically, they are: Easter Seals Alberta Easter Seals British Columbia & Yukon/BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities Easter Seals Manitoba/Society for Manitobans with Disabilities Easter Seals New Brunswick

Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador Easter Seals Nova Scotia Easter Seals Ontario Easter Seals Prince Edward Island Easter Seals Quebec/Fondation Papillon Easter Seals Saskatchewan/SaskAbilities 5


Impact Stories Enhancing Independence, Communications and Mobility Access and/or financial aid provided by Easter Seals for assistive devices, equipment and technologies enhances the lives of many individuals and families. Adaptive equipment and devices ranging from wheelchairs to learning devices enable recipients to be more mobile, independent and integrated into their community – which in turn creates even more opportunities for life, work or play. When our son, Benjamin, was 2.5 years-old, our world changed when we discovered that he has moderately severe, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. Though Benjamin now wears hearing aids at all waking hours of the day, he encounters challenging environments daily that impede his ability to understand clear speech, which in turn directly impacts his ability to acquire spoken language. The Phonak Roger microphone system we acquired with help from Easter Seals has been an important tool for Benjamin. The device distinguishes the direction of the speaker and transmits the voice directly into his hearing aids, bypassing any environmental noise. It also enables him to listen to music directly with his hearing aids. Benjamin has picked up many words [since, and] seeing his smile when a song gets streamed into his ears with the Roger system is precious. The system will grow with Benjamin and adapt to his needs as he gets older. We look forward to watching Benjamin surpass his goals and we cannot get enough of him talking. Thank you for this thoughtful contribution. Michelle O., parent Winnipeg, Manitoba

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“I loved helping to organize the activities [when I attended Easter Seals camp during my childhood] and thanks to Easter Seals, I practise what they have taught us in my everyday life today.” Krystian S., Former Camper, British Columbia

Transformative Camp Experiences Each year, more than 6,000 children, youth, adults and families across Canada take part in Easter Seals’ accessible camp experiences. The camps provide participants with opportunities to take part in myriad activities that help build confidence and skills, while forging and renewing friendships and relationships that will last a lifetime. Easter Seals Camp was Gage’s first ever experience at a camp of any kind. At the time, he had just finished grade 2 and was living with the effects of both autism and cerebral palsy…. I am usually hyper-aware of his sensitivity to certain sounds as well as his tendencies to lash out when a sound upsets him. Because of this, I was quite hesitant at first to enrol him in any type of activity where the possibility of exposing him to sound triggers was very high. When we arrived at camp, it was very clear Gage was nervous when he saw other campers with their families. However, over the course of the camp, we watched our boy open up and push himself to participate in activities I never would have imagined him doing. Camp taught us a lot as parents – but it helped our little boy to see all the possibilities that are open to him, all the things that he can accomplish by himself – and to me, that is absolutely priceless. Regan B., parent St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador 7


Cultivating Leaders of Tomorrow According to Statistics Canada, persons with disabilities are faced with lower employment rates relative to the general population. Employment skills preparation, job placements and coaching programs are just some of the ways that Easter Seals strives to support youth and adults in building the skills that they need to secure meaningful employment and volunteer positions so that they can thrive, grow and expand their life and career opportunities. In 2018, Easter Seals launched a pilot initiative in Ontario – the 21st Century Skills & Leadership Program – that aims to support young adults (15 to 29 years old) and position them for future success in their lives and careers by building and strengthening the 21st century skills, capacities and competencies that research and studies indicate are critical in an increasingly competitive, knowledge-driven, global economy. Participants in the program took part in activities that fostered myriad skills such as leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, creativity, problem-solving, communication, networking, flexibility, cultural awareness, financial literacy, and digital and media literacy. The following are some highlights of results and accomplishments from the pilot program: 89% of participants agreed that they were able to develop or strengthen their 21st century skills though the pilot program. 83% of participants agreed that they would be able to apply the knowledge and skills they gained in their lives in the future, and 85% would recommend the program to others. 86% of participants agreed that the materials and experiences they received boosted their confidence about their skills and abilities. With the success of the pilot program and lessons learned, Easter Seals will be expanding the program moving forward in order to create similar learning and experiential opportunities for young adults in several other provinces.

“This program has given me a chance to grow and learn skills to bring back to my community, home, school, employment and volunteer jobs! Thank you!” 8

- 2018 Program Participant


“Thank you so much for your support in helping us fund the cost of a replacement powerchair for our son, Evan. Your assistance has lifted a heavy financial burden from our family’s shoulders.” - Angela, & Tim M., parents Calgary, Alberta

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National Events & Campaigns Paper Egg Campaign After many years, Easter Seals’ annual Paper Egg Campaign received a fresh and eggs-citing new look with redesigned materials rolled out across Canada during the month-long campaign in spring 2019. The Paper Eggs, which previously featured pastel colours, has now been replaced with three new designs that now feature predominantly red-coloured eggs with images of Easter Seals participants. Partners and other Canadians have responded positively to the new designs. For several weeks each spring, Easter Seals’ retail partners across Canada take part in the Paper Egg Campaign where they encourage their customers to support Easter Seals and Canadians living with disabilities by purchasing Paper Eggs at the stores’ check-out counters. Hundreds of thousands of people from coast to coast took part in the campaign this year and raised over $300,000 dollars for Easter Seals programs and services.

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The Drop Zone The Drop Zone, which often takes place in late Summer and/or early Fall, is Easter Seals’ signature fundraising event. Each year, hundreds of ordinary Canadians step out of their comfort zone and embrace their inner superhero by rappelling from the top of a high-rise tower, all in order to fundraise and demonstrate their support for Canadians living with disabilities. In 2018, over 300 participants in seven cities across Canada – Ottawa, Halifax, Regina, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, and Winnipeg – took part in these knee-shaking and adrenaline-pumping events. Together, the events raised over $500,000 for Easter Seals programs and services in the respective provinces.

Access 2 Card Program The award-winning Access 2 Card Program is a unique Easter Seals national initiative launched in 2004. The program increases community participation and integration by making it more affordable for individuals with permanent disabilities to access entertainment, cultural and recreational venues across Canada by waiving the admission costs for their support worker. 17,951 new Access 2 Cards were issued in the past year, bringing the total number of active cardholder to over 60,000 people across the country. In the past year, many more permanent venues and seasonal events have also joined the Access 2 Card Program as partners. A complete list can be found on our website; visit www.easterseals.ca 11


Other Events & Activities Dressed in their best St. Patrick’s Day outfits, Easter Seals staff and supporters were among the thousands of people that braved the cold on a Sunday morning in mid-March in order to take part in the Achilles St. Patrick’s Day 5km/10km Charity Run in downtown Toronto. Participants also raised over $10,000 in donations to help fund Easter Seals support programs and services for Canadians living with disabilities. As part of Easter Seals’ activities and events in March this year to mark Easter Seals Month, Easter Seals staff and participants were invited to enjoy the Marlies hockey game at a VIP box at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, hosted by Coca-Cola. In March 2019, Easter Seals Canada’s annual delegation headed to Ottawa to present the Easter Seals stamps to the Prime Minister on Parliament Hill, a long-standing tradition for many years. To mark International Day of Persons with Disabilities in December, Easter Seals invited Canadians to contribute their personal stories of triumph in navigating and overcoming physical and invisible barriers through the 365 #UNSTOPPABLETM stories campaign.

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National Partners Since choosing Easter Seals as its charity of choice over 30 years ago, CENTURY 21 Canada Companies and Network members have been fundraising and donating to help send kids with disabilities to Easter Seals summer camps each year through its C21 Kids to Camp program. In 2018 alone, CENTURY 21 Companies and Network members raised over $700,000 for Easter Seals – enough to send more than 330 kids to camp across Canada.

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Friends of We Care is a network of over 80 companies in the Food Service and Hospitality industries. Each year, Friends of We Care organizes multiple special events across Canada to raise funds to help send kids who are living with disabilities to Easter Seals summer camps. The organization and its members are passionate in their goal to help children and youth succeed. In the past year, Friends of We Care raised over $1.3 million in support of Easter Seals.

Amway Canada has been a national partner of Easter Seals for many years – supporting Easter Seals through its sponsorship of Drop Zone events across Canada. In 2018, Amway also extended its support of Easter Seals with sponsorship of other events across multiple provinces, including British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario – bringing its total giving for the year to close to $80,000. Amway’s commitment also extends to its employees and Amway Independent Business Operators (IBO’s) who donate to Easter Seals and participate in Drop Zone and other events.

RBC partnered with Easter Seals in 2018 to support the 21st Century Skills and Leadership Pilot Program in Ontario. Through its Future Launch initiative, RBC helped create opportunities for youth to develop and strengthen their skills and widen their future life and work opportunities. This partnership continues to grow with RBC’s renewed funding commitment of $300,000 over two years in order to help expand the program and extend the learning opportunities to youth in four additional provinces in 2019 and 2020. 14


In 2018, CIBC partnered with Easter Seals to help change the lives of children who are living with disabilities by providing grants and subsidies totaling $75,000 to help families purchase the essential assistive devices and equipment that their children require. The grants and subsidies alleviate the financial constraints on families, and enable the children to have the essential equipment or devices they require in order to overcome challenges and barriers so that they can focus on being kids and achieving their dreams.

For over 9 years, Booster Juice has partnered with Easter Seals on the annual Paper Egg Campaign. Each spring during the Campaign, Booster Juice stores across the country invite Canadians to support Easter Seals by making a donation to Easter Seals. In 2019 alone, Booster Juice and its customers raised $69,000 in donations for Easter Seals, bringing the total raised by Booster Juice to over $540,000.

Breakaway Experiences has been supporting Easter Seals since 2016 as a national in-kind sponsor for Drop Zone. Each year, Breakaway Experiences contributes an exciting National Grand Prize travel and experiences package, as well as gift certificates to motivate and challenge Drop Zone participants to reach even greater heights in their fundraising for Easter Seals.

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Thank You Donors & Supporters In addition, we would like to thank the many generous individuals, partners and corporations who participated in our annual fundraising events such as The Drop Zone, and the Spring Paper Egg Campaign, and helped make them a success. We gratefully acknowledge and thank the 450+ organizations and venues that partner with us on the Access 2 Card Program. For a full listing of partner organizations, visit www.access2card.ca We also wish to thank the many donors who have chosen to remain anonymous and those unlisted due to space limitations. Although we have made every effort to ensure that donors have been listed and acknowledged correctly, if we have erred, please accept our sincere apologies and report the error or omission to us at Tel: 1-877-376-6362. This list is reflective of gifts received between April 1st 2018 to March 31st 2019. * Denotes donors from CENTURY 21 Canada 16

We would not have been able to accomplish all that we have and made a meaningful difference in the lives of so many without the kindness and generosity of our donors. We gratefully acknowledge and thank each and every one of you. Together, we are stronger. $1,000,000+ Friends of We Care $500,000 - $999,999 CENTURY 21 Canada $100,000 - $499,999 RBC Foundation $50,000 - $99,999 AMWAY Canada A.W. Holdings Corp Booster Juice CIBC Children’s Foundation $5,000 - $49,999 Estate of Kathleen Myers Island Edge Inc. Margaret Bowlen $1,000 - $4,999 Aaron Applin * Akita Equipment & Auto Transport Ana Maria Faria Angelique Haysom * Anna Cabone * Ashley Chura Barbara Ritchie Brian Donovan

The Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons (CFPDP)

Carolyn Van Schagen Dale Briske David Starrett David Yetman * Debbie Scruggs * Debby Chipman Eddie Donan* Emma Menchefski Export Development Canada Jacqueline Ferraton James Caicco * Jamie Vieira * Jan Crowell *

Janet Scotland * Joanne Evans * Joel Ives * Jonathan Hickman Julie Martin * Kim Heizmann * Larrissa Kalyn * Manuel Bustamante * Michael (Tony) & Paula Lalonde NS Power Emera Paula Fung Peter Sardelis * Real Estate Webmasters Inc. Regan Archambault * Rena Prefontaine * Ryan Dodd * Stephan Rill * Tracy Sheard * U. Gary Charlwood * Vim Kochhar Wendy Brisebois * $500 - $999 Anonymous (1) Andrew Mugford Audrie Beaulieu * Boyd Gosse Bradley Parsons Burchells LLP CENTURY 21 Heritage Group Ltd * Chris Leteplier Cosplay for Cause Dallas Glawson * Daniella Aitken * David Newton * Donna Stone First Canadian Insurance Corp. Gabriela Jennen * Gary Chambers Gina McFetridge Glace Bay Liberal Association HONDA Canada Inc. Ian Henderson IWD


Jason Eveleigh Jeff Simmonds John Graham Jordan Haines Larry Fitzpatrick Lee Coley Leo Manchisi * Lindsy Frampton Liz Polak * Melissa Higdon Mike Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Kerr & Family Mr. & Mrs. Milewski Mr. & Mrs. Zupanic & Family

Paul Brazil Randy Yu Robert Hiscock Roger Crane Ronald Prescott * Ryan Barrett Ryan Clarke Shawn Drover Steele Honda Steve Burry Steve Eason Susan Collins Terese Cleminson * Trevor Parsons

Wanda Temple Zachary Quinlan In Kind Partners Abilities Magazine Breakaway Experiences Cineplex Coca Cola Canada HelloFresh Canada Junior Achievement Canada Lawton Drugs Peavey Mart Tacten Industrial

For a complete list of CENTURY 21 realtor’s who donated/raised $2,100 or more for Easter Seals, please refer to the CENTURY 21 Kids to Camp Member list on pages 20 and 21.

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The 2019 Easter Seals Canada Patron Award The Patron Award is the highest honor that Easter Seals bestows to an organization each year, in recognition of its financial support and unwavering shared commitment to Easter Seals’ work, vision and mission across the country. The 2019 Patron Award was presented to Amway Canada for its decades-long support of Easter Seals. Since 2005 alone, Amway has contributed nearly $1M to support Easter Seals programs and services across the country. Amway is a familyowned, global direct-selling company dedicated to helping people live healthier and more empowered lives.

“Amway Canada is deeply honoured and humbled by this recognition and grateful to the numerous Independent Business Owners and employees who have contributed to our philanthropic success. We’re extremely proud to have helped many Canadians to enhance their daily lives by using Easter Seals services.” – Len Iakiri, General Manager for Canada

We are truly grateful to Amway Canada and to Amway Independent Business Owners for their unwavering support and longstanding partnership.” – Dave Starrett, President & CEO of Easter Seals Canada 18


Top CENTURY 21 Companies Easter Seals Canada gratefully acknowledges and thanks the following CENTURY 21 companies for their outstanding support and generosity. They represent the top 21 real estate companies from coast to coast that raised the most funds for the CENTURY 21 Kids to Camp program, which helps sends kids and youth to Easter Seals’ accessible and inclusive summer camps across the country. CENTURY 21 Advanced Realty CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd. CENTURY 21 Atria Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Bachman & Associates CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd. CENTURY 21 B.J. Roth Realty Ltd. CENTURY 21 Choice Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc. CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd. CENTURY 21 Foothills Real Estate

CENTURY 21 Fusion CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Heritage Group Ltd. CENTURY 21 Heritage House Ltd. CENTURY 21 In Town Realty CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd. CENTURY 21 Trident Realty Ltd. CENTURY 21 United Realty Inc. CENTURY 21 Westman Realty Ltd.

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The CENTURY 21 Kids to Camp Club is an exclusive group of CENTURY 21 Realtors and Network Members who have stood out for their outstanding passion and level of financial contributions in support of Easter Seals. Each of the individuals listed below raised over $2,100 in personal contributions and/or fundraising in the past year to help send kids to an accessible and inclusive Easter Seals camp. In 2018, 71 individuals reached the threshold to become Kids to Camp Club Members – the highest number on record. Congratulations and thank you for your dedication and generosity.

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Name

Company

Pr.

Name

Company

Pr.

Abby Redekopp

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Jan Crowell

NB

Alicia Ryan

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB

CENTURY 21 A & T Countryside Realty Inc.

Angelique Haysom

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Janet Scotland

CENTURY 21 Arbutus Realty

BC

Bernie Roth

CENTURY 21 B.J. Roth Realty Ltd.

ON

Jason Cossette

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Bill Hubbard

CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

BC

Jeff Gingerich

CENTURY 21 Heritage House Ltd.

ON

Bo Skapski

CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.

BC

Jeffrey LeBlanc

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB

Brandon Finnie

CENTURY 21 Sunset Realty Inc.

ON

John McNeill

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB

Brent Pay

CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.

BC

Jonah Franklin

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Brent Ackerman

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Julie Vesuwalla

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB

Brody Mader

CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.

BC

Kari Calder

CENTURY 21 Fusion

SK

Cam Toews

CENTURY 21 Westman Realty Ltd.

MB

Kim Heizmann

CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

BC

Carl Oake

CENTURY 21 United Realty Inc.

ON

Kim Oakley

CENTURY 21 Trident Realty Ltd.

NS

Carla Browne

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Kirsten Mason

CENTURY 21 Desert Hills Realty Ltd.

BC

Chamila Rajapakse

CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc.

ON

Christa Allingham

CENTURY 21Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Ciaran O’Neill

CENTURY 21 A.L.L. Stars Realty Ltd. AB

Cortney Lessard

CENTURY 21 In Town Realty

BC

David Yetman

CENTURY 21 All Points

NS

Don Miller

CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

BC

Eddie Donan

CENTURY 21 Heritage Group Ltd.

ON

Ericka Fowler

CENTURY 21 Westman Realty Ltd.

MB

Geoff Archambault

CENTURY 21 Advanced Realty

MB

Heather Finnie

CENTURY 21 Sunset Realty Inc.

ON

Jackie Large

CENTURY 21Assurance Realty Ltd.

Jamie Bashnick Jamie Vieira

Lakhvir Randhawa CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc.

ON

Larrissa Kalyn

CENTURY 21 Westcountry Realty Ltd.

AB

Laurie Brugger

CENTURY 21 Westman Realty Ltd.

MB

Lisa Moldenhauer

CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.

BC

Luke Cook

CENTURY 21 Assurance Realty Ltd.

BC

Marg Bowlen

CENTURY 21 Trident Realty Ltd.

NS

Mark Li

CENTURY 21 Leading Edge Realty Inc.

ON

Matt Borland

CENTURY 21 B.J. Roth Realty Ltd.

ON

Michael Barrett

CENTURY 21 Westman Realty Ltd.

MB

Mike Dreger

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB

BC

Mike Seiler

CENTURY 21 In-Studio Realty Inc.

ON

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Mir Khan

CENTURY 21 AAA Realty Inc.

BC

CENTURY 21 Miller Real Estate Ltd.

ON

Nadine Beaucage

CENTURY 21 Bamber Realty Ltd.

AB


Name

Company

Pr.

Name

Company

Pr.

Nathan Sulz

CENTURY 21 Executives Realty Ltd.

BC

Samuel Finnie

CENTURY 21 Sunset Realty Inc.

ON

Navi Brar

CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc.

ON

Sandeep Randhawa

CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc.

ON

Nolan Tabashniuk

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Sharon Clark

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Patrick Allingham

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Sheri Lessard

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Peter Sardelis

CENTURY 21 Explorer Realty Inc.

ON

Shireen Preksta

CENTURY 21 Dreams Inc.

ON

Regan Archambault

CENTURY 21 Advanced Realty

MB

Stephan Rill

CENTURY 21 Seaside Realty Ltd.

BC

Rena Prefontaine

CENTURY 21 Bachman & Associates MB

Stephen Chow

CENTURY 21 Atria Realty Inc.

ON

Roger Schmid

CENTURY 21 Fusion

SK

Syed Kamran

CENTURY 21 Green Realty Inc.

ON

Ryan Dodd

CENTURY 21 Choice Realty Inc.

ON

Tanya Saari

CENTURY 21 B.J. Roth Realty Ltd.

ON

Ryan Culbert

CENTURY 21 Dome Realty Inc.

SK

Wendy Brisebois

CENTURY 21 Premier Properties Ltd.

BC

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Financial Report Assets

2019

2018

777,224

684,065

Long-Term Investments

1,655,805

1,622,501

Property and Equipment

20,912

11,171

$ 2,453,941

$ 2,317,737

Liabilities and Net Asset Balances Current Liabilities

99,058

116,970

Deferred Contributions

70,350

161,000

2,284,533

2,039,767

$ 2,453,941

$ 2,317,737

Provincial Member Fees

414,024

414,024

Donations

102,608

23,919

2,367,431

2,479,417

541,811

439,714

Investment Income

64,088

87,673

Miscellaneous

12,950

7,138

$ 3,502,912

$ 3,451,885

General

582,464

563,004

Access 2 Card

198,711

186,225

Easter Seals Fundraising Committee

637,330

555,468

1,839,641

1,782,270

$ 3,258,146

$ 3,086,967

$ 244,766

$ 364,918

Current Assets

Total

Net Assets Total Revenue

Corporate Donations and Sponsorships Access 2 Card

Total Expenses

Disbursements to Provincial Members Total Surplus of Revenue Over Expenses

Revenue: Corporate Donations and Sponsorships Access 2 Card Provincial Member Fees Donations Investment Income (loss)

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Miscellaneous


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