Wednesday, May 25, 2022 / by Chris Matlashewski
Joined by Veteran Travis Calliou sharing how Hoggin Alberta Veterans Ranch and The Calgary Veterans Foodbank is benefitting his family, other veterans, promoting sustainability and how being in nature is very therapeutic. Started by Ray McKay and Alan Reid, good things are a happening.
Veteran on the Benefit of Calgary Veterans Foodbank
Tuesday, December 3, 2019 / by Olga Sydorchuk
In the spirit of the holiday season, The Built In Calgary team is going to donate a portion of their December commissions to the Calgary Food Bank. Please share and help us get the word out. #builtincalgary #homeforfood #feedyyc
Watch the video for more info - https://www.facebook.com/agentchrismat/videos/477115463157941/ or check out this article from CTV. ...
Friday, December 29, 2017 / by Olga Sydorchuk
In this edition of our monthly newsletter, see whether our Reverse Advent Calendar for the Calgary Food Bank met our goal, view Chris's last market update for 2017, we reflect on Canada's 150th anniversary, and some suggestions for New Year's Eve including a delicious pomegranate punch!
Reverse Advent Calendar Round-Up
Last week Chris picked up food from all around the city to help the Calgary Food Bank keep the shelves stocked. We are so pleased to say the 2nd Annual Reverse Advent Calendar was a big success, with nearly 500 lbs. of food donated! Here are some of the wonderful people who helped us get it done, including the amazing kids in Grade 2 at St. Bede's.
It Depends... Holiday Edition Market Update
Click on the photo below to view our last episode of the year. This month we look at the upcoming mortgage lending rule changes. Is this making December's Housing Market any busier? We also break down the percentage of sales in each quadrant. and how ; ...
Wednesday, December 28, 2016 / by Chris Matlashewski
Day 25ish....I Always amazed at the generosity of Calgarians. Especially, that of my clients that generously gave to the foodbank for our Reverse Advent Calendar Foodbank Campaign. Thank you Thank you.
Thursday, December 1, 2016 / by Chris Matlashewski