Royal LePage Shelter Foundation Awards 2010

01/25/11 12:34 AM



Sharon Promm, Jerry Aulenbach, Sandra Diaz, Phil Soper

This is the most significant award I’ve ever received. I put more into fundraising and awareness-raising for this cause than probably anything before. I began working on this project in February and announced how I was going to do it in May. Thus, #yeghelp was born, and that’s how I won this award. The truth is, it took a lot of people to participate in, plan, attend, and drop cash at the event in order for it to be a success. Thank you to all who were a part of this. Stay tuned, more to come!

Taken from Leading Edge Online April 2010.

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