Tink International Kelowna opening to benefit Inn from the Cold

Real estate brokerage holds silent auction for Inn from the Cold to kick off new Kelowna office.

Tink International Real Estate is celebrating their new Kelowna office by holding a silent auction, with all proceeds to benefit Inn from the Cold Kelowna.

“What better way to introduce ourselves to the community than to rally around a local charity?” says Thomas Keeper, Tink International CEO and the host of the event. “It is our company philosophy to provide the highest level of real estate service across the globe, and to give that success back to the community by working with several charities across the country.”

Tink International Real Estate is a Canadian based company with affiliates spanning several continents.

Keeper is consistently ranked as one of Canada’s top selling real estate agents. He attended the exclusive Fame and Philanthropy event at this year’s Academy Awards in Hollywood.

Inn from the Cold responds to the needs of people experiencing, or at-risk of experiencing homelessness, in a welcoming, compassionate and mutually respectful manner. They operate a shelter in the cold winter months, outreach services, and a free store for anyone who is in need.

The auction will take place on March 31, at 4:30 p.m., on the 11th floor of the Landmark 6 building in Kelowna, 1631 Dickson Ave.). It will be catered by the Bohemian Café.

Silent auction items include a plethora of items from local businesses; donations are still being accepted.

Contact Tinker International at 778-484-1790.


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