Thanks to the generous support of our corporate partners, we motivate our participants to raise more dollars per participant than any other run in Canada. The result is a highly effective event where small, local charities take home 100% of funds raised.
Constantine is proud to be the title partner of the 2020 Yorkville Run. 2020 marks Constantine’s 5th year sponsoring this great community event. Yorkville is where Constantine’s Head Office is located. Further, Yorkville is where a number of Constantine’s real estate assets are located. We are happy to support this wonderful event in our community that benefits so many great local charities.
Last year Team Constantine fundraised $162,679 for the Penelope Rai Neuroblastoma Foundation in memory of Penelope Rai. On January 6th, 2019, at the tender age of 4 ½ years, the brave Penelope lost her courageous 2 ½ year battle with cancer. Penelope will always be remembered as the happiest, bravest and most determined and positive warrior, filled with so much humour and light.
In memory of their daughter, Penelope's parent's established the Penelope Neuroblastoma Foundation. 100% of funds donated to The Penelope Neuroblastoma Foundation will be given to children's cancer programmes.
Founded in 2013 by Edward Rogers and Robert Hiscox, Constantine Enterprises Inc. is a private real estate company dedicated to acquiring, developing and managing high-quality properties in Canada and abroad.
Constantine owns, manages and develops a variety of properties in its dynamic portfolio—from residential real estate assets to urban office buildings, hospitals, resorts, condominium buildings and apartment buildings. Although its largest concentration of assets is in Canada, spread throughout the GTA and Southern Ontario, Constantine’s geographic focus is global. Constantine owns assets in other jurisdictions such as the Bahamas.
Constantine is continuously evolving. Either on its own or through partnerships with industry leaders, Constantine creates and grows replicable real estate investment models whilst continuing to remain nimble and opportunistic.