MISSISSAUGA, ON–To mark the giving spirit of the holiday season, In2ition Realty and Orion Realty Corporation, held their 3rd Annual Holiday Wishes campaign which resulted in $27,430 being raised for the Peel Region Children’s Aid Foundation.

In addition, as in past years, Debbie Cosic, Founder and CEO of In2ition, and Ralph Del Duca, Broker of Record of Orion Realty matched the donations collected for a grand total of $54,860 to help support vulnerable children in Peel Region.

“This is one of our most important annual fund-raising campaigns,” Cosic said. “We’re passionate about giving back to the greater community and to help those in need, especially children. We admire the front-line work that Peel Children’s Aid Society and the Peel Children’s Aid Foundation does.”

“Orion Realty is pleased and proud to promote this holiday initiative,” Del Duca added. “We would like to thank everyone who donated generously and helped us support this worthwhile organization.”

“We have an incredible team of staff at both In2ition and Orion and are fortunate that they mirror our strong feelings towards our philanthropic initiatives. Without our devoted staff who volunteer their time, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do”, says In2ition’s Vice President of Operations, Lysha Lyn.

Friends, family members and associate companies gathered with In2ition and Orion when the cheque was presented. Families were encouraged to have their photos taken with Santa, who dropped by with his helpers to celebrate.

Peel Children’s Aid Foundation was established in 2003 to raise funds to support innovative and urgently needed programs and services that are not government-funded for Peel Children’s Aid. We are a registered charity, raising funds for urgently needed programs that give children and youth in our community the chance to experience nurturing childhoods, equal opportunity to education, and future success as contributing members of society.

In2iton is an innovative real estate brokerage specializing in project marketing, merchandising and selling of new home communities and condominiums. In2ition is also committed to contributing to the local community. A full 100 percent of In2ition’s charitable donations go to causes that impact the lives of the underprivileged, with a focus on supporting causes related to women and children’s health care, housing, and education.

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