Children's Miracle Network Routes of Change

The Children’s Miracle Network

A portion of every one of our transactions is donated directly to this important organization as part of the Miracle Home Program.

RE/MAX is the exclusive real estate sponsor of the Children’s Miracle Network; an international non-profit organization, which consists of 170 children’s hospitals providing state-of-the-art, life-saving care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

RE/MAX Hallmark is proud to be one of the top 3 contributors to the Children’s Miracle Network of all RE/MAX organizations worldwide. Donations from us realtors and staff, directly benefit the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, also known as SickKids.

The funds raised by RE/MAX help to support specialized treatment, purchase medical equipment, assist families who need help in times of medical emergencies in addition to innovate research that helps identify new ways of diagnosing and treating illnesses.


Routes of Change

A donation is made to Routes of Change with each of our property transactions.

Routes of Change is a registered non-profit society based in Tofino, BC, Canada, with plans to be active throughout the planet.

The mission of Routes of Change is to use adventure and entertainment to support the unsung leaders of our planet as they work to create a healthy future for all beings.

“We believe that there is no avoiding change so we might as well embrace it and share ways that we can better adapt to a new sustainable way of life on earth. We share stories of adventure and exploration of the planet by human powered means. By speaking face to face, through presentations, films, books, blogs, tv, media, and most forms of communication we aim to inspire change. Routes of Change.

Our vision is one of compassion and appreciation for all beings in the universe.”

Markus Pukonen is traveling in one consecutive journey around the world by as many motor less means as possible, including rowing, swimming, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, sailing, running, biking, skiing, skateboarding, velomobiling, walking backwards, and pogo sticking. Friends and fellow adventurers will join for support throughout the journey and help to create change through communication, education, and entertainment. Each leg of the route will be in partnership with a local social or environmental organization in order to build the movement towards a wiser earth.

The journey is expected to take about five years with weather and political situations largely influencing the route and timing. Markus is not planning on breaking any records, but he will likely create new ones. We are committed to building Routes of Change into a powerful force of change to create a better future for generations to come.

It is time to change, Routes of Change.

Follow Markus’ journey here.