Brian Niles Sutton Group West Coast Realty

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To whom much is given, much is required

Each and every time Brian and his team assist a Client with the purchase or sale of real estate, Brian dedicates part of the commissions received to one or more of the following great causes:

Kiva.org

This charitable organization provides critical micro-financing loans to budding entreprenuers throughout the Developing and Third World. It is incredibly heartening to know that I am able to play a small part in helping others rise from dependence and poverty to independence and relative prosperity. Often these entreprenuers provide employment for others in their budding businesses! Truly an excellent example of people helping people at the grassroots! See how you too can make a difference at http://www.kiva.org

World Vision Canada

Sherry and I are pleased to have been child sponsors for many years now through monthly giving to World Vision Canada. We currently sponsor a Development project and a little boy named Benson who lives in Northern Uganda. This is a highly dangerous region due to the presence of the "Lord's" Resistance Army...a terrorist group notorious for kidnapping and drugging young children and turning them into murderous child soldiers. Please visit http://www.worldvision.ca

Camp Imadene

Established in 1926, this Christian Outreach Camp, located on the tranquil shores of Mesachie Lake near Lake Cowichan has served over 100,000 children, teens and adults. I have personally served Clients who have shared with me that Imadene was an anchor of serenity and hope in a household of turmoil as they were growing up. Check out http://www.imadene.ca

Victoria Riding for the Disabled (VRDA)

The Victoria Riding for the Disabled Association (VRDA) is a non-profit organization that uses horseback riding as a recognized therapeutic aid for people with a wide range of physical, mental and learning disabilities. VRDA offers classes to 100 children and 25 adults who live in the Greater Victoria area and range from seven to sixty years of age. The disabilities include Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, Autism, intellectual challenges, and hearing or vision impairment. VRDA has been operating since 1982 and is made up of a volunteer board, a small paid staff and more than 100 volunteers who through their dedication make a contribution of time enable these individuals to ride each week. Visit VRDA at www.members.shaw.ca/vrda/
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