Heather Virtue, owner of Virtue Realty Inc. Brokerage, has once again demonstrated her incredible support and commitment to Humane Society London & Middlesex (HSLM) through sponsorship of the “Home In-Between” program.
“For pets, the journey leading to their forever home can be daunting. I am both excited and honoured to be helping them with their transition!-Heather Virtue
Heather has been supporting HSLM for over 20 years. She began her involvement with our organization as a Bark in the Park Festival committee member. Over the years, Heather began donating her time with other HSLM fundraising events, including Holiday Pet Gifts and Cookies & Cupcakes.
Once Heather established her own Brokerage, Virtue Realty Inc., she grew her support of the Bark in the Park Festival by becoming a Bronze Sponsor, in addition to her committee volunteer role. After Heather’s third year at the Bronze level, she made the decision to increase her commitment by becoming the Presenting Sponsor; this is something she had wanted to do for many years and hoped to one day accomplish!
This year marks the third consecutive year in which Heather committed to supporting Bark in the Park Festival as the Presenting Sponsor. Unfortunately, the 2020 event was cancelled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Heather entered her career in real estate back in 2011 with a specialization in residential real estate. After obtaining her Brokers license in 2014, Heather continued on her path to branching out to establish her own Brokerage, Virtue Realty Inc., solely owned and operated by Heather.
Heather’s experience has led her to work with clients acquiring residential, condos, multi-family investment properties and recreational properties. She continues to operate as a local, boutique brokerage with a hands on approach with all aspects of the business including operating and administration.
Virtue Realty Inc. Brokerage’s generous contribution of $10,000 as the “Home-In Between” sponsor will greatly assist HSLM in providing the 2,500 at-risk animals cared for each year with a safe haven where their physical and emotional needs are met; their “home in-between” their time with their previous owner to when they are successfully adopted.