Colliers International Victoria hosts several events throughout the year:
Colliers International Victoria Annual Charity Golf Tournament
The 26th Annual Charity Golf Tournament raised over $52,000 - From left: Alan Kennedy, Linda Ryder, Carla Girvin, Alyssa Grace, Dave Ganong, and Christina Dhesi.
Thanks to a number of corporate sponsors, volunteers and over 110 golfers, Colliers Victoria raised over $52,000 for the BC Cancer Foundation at the 26th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.
Held at the Cordova Bay Golf Course Thursday, June 19, 2014, the pirate-themed tournament featured a silent and live auction, putting contest, photo booth and pirate games.
Now in the third year of our five-year sponsorship agreement with BC Cancer Foundation, we have raised over $185,000 to-date, with funds going towards BC Cancer Foundation's Inspire the World campaign.
The charity golf tournament is one of Colliers Victoria's largest annual events. Working with such charities as The Boys & Girls Club, Junior Achievement and BC Children's Hospital Foundation, Colliers Victoria has managed to raise funding and awareness while making memories with our clients. Please visit the Community Giving page for more information.
Colliers International Market Survey Reception
The 25th Annual Market Survey Reception was held Thursday, February 6, at the Hotel Grand Pacific. This year's guest speaker was Avtar Bains, president of Premise Properties.
Held in Q1 each year, our Market Survey Reception is an opportunity to reflect on the previous year in commercial real estate, as well as provide a forecast to our clients for the upcoming year.
Colliers Mid-Island Charity Golf Tournament
The 3rd Annual Mid-Island Charity Golf Tournament was held Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at the Nanaimo Golf Club, raising $14,658 for the Columbian Centre Society (CCS).
The 2nd Annual Mid-Island Charity Golf Tournament raised $19,000 for CCS. Nearly double what we raised in our inaugural year, the funds went towards helping CCS to run their non-profit society and raise awareness. Please visit the Community Giving page for more information.