AGENT SPOTLIGHT: Lori VanDinther’s CMN Story

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As a child, Lori and her brother were both unwell at birth and spent many years in and out of SickKids in Toronto. She became quite familiar with the Children’s Miracle Network and SickKids Foundation and has seen the impact they make on children’s health and families across Canada.

In her first year with RE/MAX, 25 years ago, she didn’t think twice before signing to contribute donations from each house sold. Lori has been donating through the Miracle Home Program ever since. As a champion for the Children’s Miracle Network, she also donates through various fundraisers and direct donations within the RE/MAX community. 

Lori is a big believer in “When you give, you will receive.” and that is the motto she lives by when it comes to supporting the CMN. When giving back to the foundation, she feels a sense of fulfillment, knowing that her efforts will help support children and their families across Canada.

“At RE/MAX, we are a family. We are like-minded with similar goals, such as giving back to the communities we live in. We can do that to our local children’s hospitals through Children’s Miracle Network, which is always on a RE/MAX agents radar. There’s strength in numbers, together we can help make a difference!”

It’s stories like these that remind us why being a Miracle Home Agent can have such a positive impact. By joining the Miracle Home Program or increasing your existing Miracle Home Program per transaction contribution, you can make a difference in the lives of children across the country. By changing the health of children, we change the future of Canada. 

Click on the RE/MAX Cares tile in RE/MAX Launchpad now to make a difference in the lives of kids in your neighbourhood. For more information on the RE/MAX Miracle Home Program, contact your administrator or email ssharma@remaxintegra.com.

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