Sold for the Holidays Event!

If you'd like to sell your home and take advantage of the low December inventory, but don't want showings through the holidays, register for our two-day sales event! We'll host a two day open house on your property December 5th & 6th 2020 and either we bring you an offer, or we don't, and you carry on with your Holidays!


The best part is a large portion of each sale will be donated to a local charity just in time for Christmas!


We have several local charities that the seller can to choose from to pledge the money towards! 

*Please note that the Donate Buttons take you directly to each Charity's own Donation Page*

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"Camp Out to End Youth Homelessness is an annual event held in Kamloops, BC, by the A Way Home Kamloops Society. This year's event will be taking place on Friday, December 13th, 2019 to support our Youth Housing First program.

The Youth Housing First program assists youth transcending homelessness through wraparound supports including, safe housing, food, clean clothes, counselling services, education, job preparation, housing subsidies, and more! 

Our goal is to raise $50,000 this year! ....

We hope you will join us for another great Campout, to ensure every youth in Kamloops as a way home."

End Youth Homelessness

A Way Home Kamloops Society


"At Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central and Southern Interior (BBBSCSI) our mission is to enable life changing Mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people, and our vision is for all young people to realize their full potential."

"The benefit to today’s community in the Central and Southern Interior of British Columbia is even greater as the demands on our children and youth have changed. Healthy development of children and youth is critical to the continued well-being of our communities. Children and youth are our future. The quality of their early lives and their healthy integration into civil society is important, not only to the on-going process of social health and renewal but also to our safety and security."

Youth Mentorship & Developement

Big Brothers Big Sisters


"The Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism provides services for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). With the support of parents and caregivers, we work to empower each individual to achieve their social, emotional, academic and vocational goals.

Donations made to the Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism Society go to support our programs and the children and adults we help. Not only that, but it helps the family."

Autism Resources & Therapy

Chris Rose Therapy Centre for Autism

"Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network has raised more than $5 billion dollars for 170 children’s hospitals, like ours, across the United States and Canada. Their mission, to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible, impacts local kids in our communities.


Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and charitable care. Put Your Money Where the Miracles Are and give today to help kids treated at our hospital."

Helping Local Kids

Children's Miracle Network

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"Our Mission: To enhance the quality of life of persons and their families facing death and bereavement through skilled and compassionate physical, emotional, and spiritual care in the setting of the individual’s choice."


"The hospice philosophy accepts death as the final stage of life: it affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Hospice care meets not only physical needs, but also psychological, social, cultural, emotional and spiritual needs of each person and family. Hospice care treats the person rather than the disease, working to manage symptoms so that a person’s last days may be spent with dignity and quality, surrounded by their loved ones. Hospice care is family-centered – it includes the patient and the family in making decisions. A ‘family’ is whoever the person says his or her family is."

Compassionate Care

Kamloops Hospice Association

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"Fueled by dedicated volunteers, the Kamloops and District Humane Society (KDHS) works to protect dogs, cats, and other animals. Formed back in 1993, the Society is available 7 days a week to help animals and owners in need. We take in abandoned, homeless, injured or surrendered pets who are examined by a veterinarian, spayed/neutered, vaccinated and placed into a caring foster home where they stay uncaged until a permanent loving home is found.

The KDHS depends on donations to support our animal rescue efforts. All donations are gratefully acknowledged with a receipt for income tax purposes. We are not affiliated with any provincial or national organization therefore 100% of all donations stay within the Kamloops district."

No Kill Animal Care Society

Kamloops and District Humane Society

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"The Food Bank was founded in 1981 by Mr. Hank Woodland. The Food Bank began at the Kamloops United Church as a way to assist people through the devastating effects of the high inflation rates of the early 1980's."

"Vision: We believe in a hunger-free community.

Mission: Sharing food, feeding hope, strengthening community.

Values: Respect, Integrity, Compassion."

"Provide nutritious perishable food to our community's most needy. Encourage meaningful community engagement. Create strong community relationships. Provide healthy animal feed. Create awareness of hunger and need in our community. Minimize waste in the landfill."

Hunger-Free Community

Kamloops Food Bank

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"Kamloops Search and Rescue is a volunteer search and rescue team. Its members are from all walks of life and share a common interest in providing an important life-saving service to the public, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. The KSAR team depends on donations from government, corporations and members of the community. Without the support of the community, we would not be able to provide this essential and life-saving service."

Community Safety

Kamloops Search & Rescue

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"Established in 1969, Parkinson Society British Columbia, governed by a voluntary Board of Directors, is supported entirely by donations from individuals, members, corporations, foundations and the dedicated efforts of volunteers.

Every person touched by Parkinson's deserves to know that they are not alone in their journey. We are here for you. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is committed to offering support, sharing reliable information and raising funds for programs and research.

We are part of a strong community united in our dedication to improve the lives of those affected by Parkinson's."

Parkinson Research & Community

Parkinson Society BC


"The official opening date of the Rae Fawcett Breast Health Clinic was May 30, 2017. Patients are now offered a clinical examination with a physician, diagnostic imaging (including ultrasound and/or mammography), and if necessary tissue sampling or biopsy that day or the next. Results are shared with the patient that day whenever possible or the following week when a biopsy is required.

Supportive care is also offered at the clinic: patients have time to ask questions and hopefully have their fears alleviated. It is also very beneficial for the many patients living outside Kamloops who will no longer need to make multiple trips to RIH for appointments. Additionally, the clinic benefits women who do not have a family doctor – providing them to access to coordinated and supportive breast health care."

Breast Health - Royal Inland Hospital

Rae Fawcett Breast Health Clinic - RIH

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"Today, approximately three million Canadians, or one in 11 people, live in poverty. The Salvation Army recognizes that poverty is a critical issue, and that everyone has a right to access basic necessities such as nutritious food, health care, education and economic opportunity.


Hope happens every day at The Salvation Army Kamloops.  We can help with groceries to see you through a difficult time or obtaining furniture and household items after securing safe housing.  The Salvation Army is committed to ensuring dignity and extending a helping hand up from daily struggles."

Caring for Our Own

Salvation Army Kamloops

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"For a safe refuge, support for women and children, 24/7 phone support, referrals to community resources, and more. Our services are offered free of charge."

"The Y Women's Shelter relies on support for the community to be able to offer  critical services to women and children fleeing violence.  There are many ways to support the Y Women's Shelter and support programs including a financial gift, donations of new items, donation of a Life Starter Basket, donations of used items and holding a fundraiser on our behalf.   Give safety. Give possibility. Give hope."

"Give safety. Give possibility. Give hope."

The Y Woman's Shelter


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