In the Community

NAIOP Greater Toronto Chapter is deeply committed to supporting communities where members live and work. Our members believe that strong, healthy communities benefit everyone.

The Chapter proudly supports the efforts of organizations such as Eva's Initiatives for homeless youths, the Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons, Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation, the Geneva Center for Autism, Alpine Ontario, and Hope for Children.

Since Greater Toronto NAIOP’s inception in 1977, the association has contributed over $1,025,000 to deserving organizations.

PHOTO One:  September 15, 2017 -- NAIOP Greater Toronto was thrilled to present Eva's with a $25,000 donation to assist the organization’s many initiatives that give homeless youths the skills and support they need for a better future. The donation includes proceeds from the NAIOP REX Awards Gala held in April, 2017

Pictured (L to R) Emily Hanna, 2017 President of NAIOP Greater Toronto Chapter; Jocelyn Hellend, Executive Director for Eva’s; Alanna Scott, Development and Campaign Director for Eva’s, and Graeme Young of Colliers International and 2017 recipient of the NAIOP REX Award for Community Service.

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PHOTO TWO:  February 10, 2017 – Honouring its commitment to give back to communities in which members live and work, NAIOP was pleased once again to contribute the proceeds from the chapter’s annual Ski Day fundraiser to help fund development and training for athletes representing Canada at world championship ski competitions.

Pictured (left to right) Zack Parent, Jamie Bunston, Michael Colley (Alpine Ontario), Geoff Diffey and Fraser McKay.

Over the past ten years, fundraising though Ski Day has totaled over $150,000 for the support of ski racing and national-calibre athletes.



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