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Hello folks!

 

Your HOME’WARD BOUND REAL ESTATE NEWS IS READY!

In this month’s issue:

  • Mom Loves Hallowe’en
  • If You Are Not a Mom On Hallowe’en
  • How Your Referrals Help Mental Health Initiatives
  • and More!!

 

Go Serve BIG!!!

Sandy Casella

Your Home Sold Guaranteed

 

P.S.  Your referrals help Mental Health Initiatives…

Our GO SERVE BIG mission to raise $15,000 for Hats On For Awareness is on and we could use your help. No one knows for sure how many teens in Canada commit suicide each year because numbers are not released to the public. The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Jack.org and Humber River Hospital Foundation fight every day to save the lives of our youth, but they rely heavily on donations. Suicide is the second leading cause of death of teens in Canada, by changing the way we think about mental health and talking openly about it, we can erase the stigma and let kids know it’s ok to reach out for help before it’s too late. And this is where YOU come in! So, 

YOUR REFERRALS HELP THE KIDS!

Anyone you know considering buying or selling a home please refer them on over to my real estate sales team. Not only will they benefit from our award-winning service, but a very worthy cause will benefit as well. You can always call me direct at 416-467-8627 or forward my number on.   

Thank you so much for checking out this month’s HOME’WARD BOUND and supporting our Go Serve Big mission. Have an awesome month!


Mom Loves Hallowe’en

Its Fall - and it's Mom's favourite low-stress season! According to mom after mom, those infamous "big name" holidays - you know which ones we mean - are sometimes more headache than a highlight. The pressure! The presents! The out-of-town guests or out-of-town travel, the cooking and cleaning, the expense! But October - that's a different story. More than two-thirds of Mom’s are involved in celebrating Thanksgiving and Halloween with their families.

What I love best about both of these days is all the little things that I see families doing every year, stuff that's unique to their family, not part of some big commercial idea about what the day should be like. Whether it’s just the basic - a great meal with family on Thanksgiving and costumes, trick-or-treating, candy eating on Halloween - now we've got a whole series of activities and special events that many kids totally look forward to - from roasting pumpkin seeds to making a scary straw man for the front porch. Things don’t have to be fancy, elaborate, or expensive, but it's all uniquely about family traditions and memories that kids will treasure their whole lives. Go on, string fake webs all over your porch, hang ghosts from the trees, cut out scary silhouettes and tape them in the windows, or create a cemetery in your front yard! Halloween and Thanksgiving are a great time you can really go over the top with your kids. Halloween and Thanksgiving are two of the times even the most health-conscious moms can give in to their comfort food and sweet fangs without any guilt at all

AND Remember… YOUR Referrals Help the Kids AND Mental Health Initiatives.  My heart breaks for many young people and families who will not be able to enjoy this fun time of the year enjoying time with extended family and out trick or treating with their kids.

And speaking of worthy causes…

Your Friends, neighbours, work associates and family members who may be considering a move can now do so and celebrate true independence from the fear of getting stuck with two homes or none at all.


We Are Still On A Mission To Raise $15,000 For Hats On For Awareness:

No one knows for sure how many teens in Canada commit suicide each year because numbers are not released to the public. The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Jack.org and Humber River Hospital Foundation fight every day to save the lives of our youth but they rely heavily on donations.

And this is where you come in! YOUR REFERRALS HELP MENTAL HEALTH INITIATIVES!

Suicide is the second leading cause of death of teens in Canada, by changing the way we think about mental health and talking openly about it, we can erase the stigma and let kids know it’s ok to reach out for help before it’s too late. And this is where YOU come in! YOUR REFERRALS HELP THE KIDS…

36% of high school students said they don't have classes that focus on or discuss mental health, while 29% of working youth said they aren't sure if their workplace offers a health insurance plan that covers mental health care.

 

 

Who do you know considering buying or selling a home you could refer to my real estate sales team?

Not only will they benefit from our award-winning service, but we donate a portion of our income on every home sale to Hats on For Awareness.

I want to make it easy to refer your friends, neighbours, associates or family members who are considering making a move, so here are your easy options:

1. You can fill out the enclosed response card with who you know considering a move and mail back to me.
2. You can pass along our business card to them, I have enclosed a couple here for that purpose.
3. You can always call me direct at 416-908-2925.

You and your referrals mean more than ever to our team. As we move forward through the year, please know we are extremely thankful for you being a special part of our business.

Thank you in advance for the referrals.

 

With all my appreciation,

Sandy Casella

  PS. Take a look at the enclosed article about a life ended to soon that could have been prevented.

 

It’s easy to refer those you know considering buying or selling a home. Here are the options again:

1. You can fill out the enclosed response card with who you know considering a move and mail back to me.
2. You can pass along our business card to them, I have enclosed a couple here for that purpose.
3. You can always call me direct at 416-908-2925.

  

Why I Support Hats on For Awareness?

Two days before Christmas, 21-year-old Jacob Ranton took his own life. Jacob was a rising basketball star at Memorial University, he went home for Christmas break and never went back. No one saw it coming, his parents, his friends and his teammates had no idea Jacob was suffering. There are a lot of Jacob’s in our schools who, on the outside, are happy but on the inside, they see no hope, and no reason to live despite being surrounded by people who love them. Teen suicide devastates entire families and leaves them wondering what could have been done to prevent this for the rest of their lives.

We believe this can be prevented and that’s why we are on a mission to raise $15,000 to help in the fight to end teen suicide by raising awareness, understanding and acceptance of mental illness and addiction through Hats On for Awareness.

No one truly knows how many young people commit suicide each year because schools don’t release these figures and families often don’t divulge that their child taken their own lives because it is too painful We want to help places like The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and other programs to stop teen suicide but they rely on donations from people just like you and me to do that.

 

Sincerely,

Sandy Casella

Sutton Group Quantum Realty

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