Barbara Ann Kisiloski (centre) and Michael Trites of Royal LePage Northstar Realty present Denise Darrell of Sources' Women's Place with $1

South Surrey real estate agent on pace for a cause

A Peninsula real estate agent has gone the distance for Sources' Women's Place.

A Peninsula real estate agent has gone the distance for Sources’ Women’s Place, raising funds for the shelter by running marathons.

Last month, Barbara Ann Kisiloski donated $1,020 to Women’s Place – funds that will help low-income women and their families.

The money was designated out of $4,500 that Kisiloski – of Royal LePage Northstar Realty – raised for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

“If the Women’s Place didn’t exist, many… women and children would have no other place to turn and remain being a victim,” Kisiloski said. “The existence of the Women’s Place saves lives.”

Women’s Place hot-lunch program provides approximately 12,000 fresh-cooked meals every year. Donations may be sent to 15318 20 Ave., Surrey, V4A 2A2, or made online at

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