The RE/MAX & Friends Foundation recently launched a charity drive to purchase reading equipment for more than 67 visually-impaired.

The charity drive is being supported by the President’s Trust and the National Literacy Association.

The foundation – together with 27 local RE/MAX real estate offices – is organising a series of mini-charity events to raise funds to help the President’s Trust reach its target of €96,000, which would sufficiently fully finance the purchase of this much-needed equipment.

The RE/MAX & Friends Foundation was set up in 2014 to focus primarily on fundraising for local children that suffer from chronic illness. It has since contributed to several major NGOs in Malta, including providing financing for the indoor and outdoor play area of the Rainbow Ward at the Sir Anthony Oncology Ward located at Mater Dei Hospital.

The #HelpThemRead campaign is an initiative originating from a sub-committee formed by the foundation to represent the RE/MAX Malta franchise owners, managers, associates and staff.

“We created a sub-committee so that our people have a voice as to what events and causes we should support,” said Jeffrey Buttigieg, a member of the RE/MAX & Friends Foundation Board. 

Over the past few weeks, RE/MAX offices have organised a number of fundraising activities to ensure that the target is reached. 

The following events are planned:




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