College Pro: Join Us and at the Best Buddies Challenge

College Pro’s Aleeshya Broome is participating in the Best Buddies Challenge in Hyannis Port this May to raise money to benefit the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The event takes place on June 1st, with choices between 100-, 50-, 20-mile cycles, or a 5k walk/run. It’s an all-inclusive event for a great cause! Best Buddies’ programs empower the special abilities of people with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities by helping them form meaningful friendships with their peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy and communication skills, and feel valued by society.
College Pro’s Aleeshya Broome has pledged to raise $10,000 for this amazing cause and she invites you to join the fundraising efforts by registering to raise your own funds! The starting commitment is $1,650, and you can register by clicking:    You can create your own team, or search and join hers: GOAT Girls. Please visit the event website for location information.

Pillar To Post: Police Unity Tour Challenge Ride

This May, Pillar To Post Colorado Franchisee Rod Goshorn will be cycling in his fourth Police Unity Tour, which goes from Somerset NJ to Washington D.C. nearly 300 miles, over three days. The primary purpose of the Police Unity tour is to raise awareness of the Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the Line of Duty. The secondary purpose is to raise funds for the National Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial in Washington D.C. “It means the world to me to be able to honor the memories of those Officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for their communities. Although we ride in memory of all the Officers who have died, each year we dedicate our ride to an individual Officer, this year I am dedicating my ride to fallen hero, Adams County Sheriff’s Deputy Heath Gumm, who was killed in the line of duty on Jan. 24, 2018, responding to a report of an assault,” said Goshorn. You can read more about Rod’s ride and the Police Unity Tour as well as making a donation by going to this page

FirstService: Walk With Us to Support MS Research

We invite you to join us in our efforts to support the MS Society of Canada. Multiple sclerosis can strike anyone at any moment, and Canadians have one of the highest rates of MS in the world. On average, 11 Canadians are diagnosed with this unpredictable disease every day. We don’t know what causes MS, and we don’t have a cure. Yet.

We’re participating in MS Walk because we want to support our friends, family members, neighbours and co-workers who are affected by MS.

Join our team as we challenge MS and help empower more people affected by the disease to live their best lives. This is a day for the community of Toronto to come together and support a great cause with one goal in mind, to end MS! Donations will support our friends and families in Toronto living with Multiple Sclerosis and by continuing to support the best MS research in the world taking place right here in Canada.

If you are unable to join us at MS Walk, donate to our team’s fundraising today. Your donation will help continue to fund leading-edge research and support programs that improve the quality of life for people affected by MS.


FirstService Residential: Walk with Us at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Chandler

The American Cancer Society Relay for Life movement is a team fundraising event where team members take turns walking around a track. This event is 12 hours in length and the team is asked to have a member on the track at all times to signify the ongoing fight against cancer. Relay participants fundraise both individually and as part of their team.

Time: 6PM-6AM

Basha High School

5990 S. Val Vista Dr, Chandler, AZ 85249

Paul Davis Restoration: Help Support Alzheimers Research at the LA Charity Golf Tournament

Paul Davis is proud to support the The 9th Annual “LA Classic” Charity Golf Tournament benefiting Coins for Alzheimer’s Research (CART). We will have a tent at this event. Come out to help us end Alzheimer’s!

• 3 Competitive Flights … Ladies Only, Seniors Only and All Others • Prizes & competition specific to your flight • Complimentary Beverages All Day Long • Post-Round Pig Pickin’ & Sides, Dessert, Beverages • And MUCH more!

For more information contact or a club member.

California Closets: Join us for the Friends of Oakland Animal Services Half Marathon

The Friends of Oakland Animal Services, a nonprofit fundraising arm of the Oakland Animal Services Shelter, has formed a running team and will be running the Oakland Half Marathon, raising much needed funds and awareness for the shelter.  OAS is Oakland’s only open-admission shelter, and they do so much to help homeless, sick, and injured animals the San Francisco Bay Area! Morgan McGuire is a huge animal lover, and, since she can’t personally rescue all of the homeless animals, she tries to help in other ways.  She has volunteered for OAS since 2015, and has been a runner for a long time, so, when they announced this fundraising event, she had to say yes. The team has collectively already raised more than $8,000, and they are hoping to raise at least $12,000.  The money raised will help support the municipal shelter’s efforts to better care for thousands of animals each year in the face of Oakland’s ongoing budgetary challenges.  Donations of any amount are incredibly welcome and appreciated.  

Paul Davis: Join Us for the TwoTop 100K Vertical Challenge

Join Paul Davis Restoration of Suburban MD/DC on Monday, February 11, 2019, when dozens of skiers and snowboarders will descend 100,000 vertical feet in a single day—completing 107 runs at Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg, PA. This event aims to raise funds for and awareness of Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation. Two Top provides adaptive cycling, ski, snowboard and water ski lessons to disabled individuals, including wounded veterans from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir and surrounding VA Medical Centers. All lessons for our disabled veterans and their families are FREE. Last year, Two Top provided over 650 lessons to disabled athletes during the winter and summer. Over 470 of these lessons were disabled veterans and their family members.

FirstService Residential: Helps raise $30,000 for The Center for Autism at FAU

Century Fire: Clay Shoot Raises $117,000 for Diapers to Diplomas

FirstService Corporation: FirstService Breakfast Club – 50/50 Draw

Please help support the FirstService Breakfast Club Beginning Wednesday November 1st the Social Responsibility Committee will begin a 50/50 draw to be held every week until December 17th with all monies collected being donated to this worthy cause. The Toronto District School Board serves 205,000 meals to students each day, while child poverty rises. There are a total of 817 school and community based Student Nutrition Programs currently in the Toronto area. Did you know that with every $100 donated, 70 children will be fed a hot breakfast at school.  And, there is a chance they may also receive a hot lunch. 100% of the donations collected goes go directly into these programs!  Rules of the game.
  • Tickets will be 3 for $3 or 6 for $5.
  • You can buy your tickets at the 3rd floor reception.
  • The tickets will be simply your name on a piece of paper and will be placed in a container. (Make sure you fold your ticket, so there is NO cheating)
  • Draws will be done at the Monday morning meetings.
  • Dates of draws are November 5, 12, 19, 26,  December 3, 10, 17
  • The winner will receive 50% of the money collected and the other 50% goes into the donation pot.
  • The total donation will be given to the charity on December 17th.
Note : If you would like to donate your winnings we will be more than happy to add it to the donation. Thank you for your support.   To learn more, watch this: