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Reid’s Heritage Homes receives Avid Benchmark Award for Homebuying Experience
April 28, 2020
Reid’s Heritage Homes is proud to have been recognized with an Avid Benchmark Award in the 17th Annual Avid Awards. This award recognizes any US or Canadian builder scoring among the top 25% on the Avid New Home Move-In Experience survey. At Reid’s Heritage Homes our goal is to provide the best experience for every customer, and we will continue striving to create a great experience for all our valued homeowners.
Thank you Avid for this award and congratulations to all the award winners across North America!
RHG Celebrates Two National Employer Awards
April 12, 2019
This April Reid’s Heritage Group celebrated winning two national top employer awards - Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers 2019 (4th time in 5 years) and for the first time 2019 Best Workplaces Canada (100-999 Employees).
Thank you to all our Extraordinary team members for making these exciting achievements possible!
Orin Reid Memorial Golf Tournament
August 1, 2019
Since its inception 18 years ago, the Orin Reid Memorial Golf Tournament has raised over $1,000,000 in support of local charities, hospitals and children in need. This is all thanks to our golfers and our sponsors. We simply could not do it with out you!
The money we raise at this tournament always goes directly back into the communities we build in, and this year our focus is in support of Mental Health. Guelph General Hospital cared for more than 63,000 patients in its Emergency Department (ED) last year, in a space designed for 45,000. In fact, over the past five years, there has been a 37% increase in visits related to mental health and addictions. The Hospital has a plan to transform the care it is able to provide these patients.
Part of the plan will see the Hospital, working together with community partners, create new space for Emergency Mental Health Outpatient services. These services will act like a ‘step-down’ unit, providing prompt and short-term support, treatment and monitoring for people who don’t need to be admitted for care, but do need intensive follow-up. The services mean they go home feeling safe and supported, and reduces the likelihood that they come back to the ED.
We are excited to work with our community to improve life for those struggling with mental health and addictions issues.
Thank you again to all of our sponsors and golfers for joining us this year and for helping us to make a difference!