The Sutton Spirit program exemplifies the dedication and efforts of Sutton associates for the betterment of their community. We recognize your commitment in providing excellent service to clients and especially to the community, such as fundraising, team, local charity sponsorships and more. Sutton Spirit stories are posted on many websites, published in newspapers, and appear throughout the web. Past Sutton Stories include:

  • REALTOR® Recognized for over 60 years of Community Service:Sault Ste Marie, ON

-Joe O.’s ideas and efforts have helped raise well over $3 million for the Sault Area Hospital Foundation,the Rotary Club, the Conservation Authority Foundation and the Marconi Club.

  • Sutton Gives Warmth to Homeless: Burnaby, BC – Regina D.and John P, have been coordinators for many years in the REALTORS CARE® Blanket Dri They deliver much needed goods to the working poor and the homeless in their community as a holiday tradition every year.
  • REALTO R® Takes Command: Brandon MB – Rob L. was promoted to Captain and Commanding officer of 2520 Royal Canadian Army Cadets in As Captain, he takes on responsibility of overseeing 30 cadets and four staff, in addition to his busy real estate and volunteer schedule.
  • Broker Volunteers in Cape Town, South Africa: Red Deer,AB -Neal spent the entire month in Cape Town Africa, volunteering with the Dibanani AIDS Project to help those with AIDS/ HIV live healthily in the community.
  • Office Prepared with Life-Saving Medical Device and Training: Barrie, ON – Steve Y. presented the idea of purchasing an automated external defibrillator to his office and facilitating First Aid and CPR training for his coll Now, the device and training will increase the odds of surviving a potentially fatal and all frequent medical emergency amongst his off ice peers and the public passing through.
  • REALTORS® Join Forces with the RCMP to Reunite Families: Langley, BC – Lynn has volunteered for many years on the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s Realty Watch committee. Within 10 minutes of a person being reported missing, 13,000 REALTORS® serve as the eyes and ears at the community level to assist in the search.
  • A Million Reasons to be Grateful: Ingersoll, ON – When Wayne was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer, he was given a 10% survival rate. With exceptional health care, a change in lifestyle and a positive attitude, fifteen years later, he is still a vibrant, active Broker with Sutton. Since 2003, the Ingersoll Relay for Life help raised over $1 million to help fund cancer research.