In the course of the most recent 20 years, the Good Neighbor Awards program has perceived Realtors® who have a remarkable effect on their networks through gave humanitarian effort. The effect of those 200 Good Neighbors has been noteworthy: working in 40 states, 15 nations and in Puerto Rico. Altogether, those endeavors have served in excess of 41 million suppers to the ravenous, shielded almost 300,000 individuals out of luck and raised a huge number of dollars for different causes, including more than $104 million to subsidize restorative research and social insurance.
The five people named the current year’s National Association of Realtors® Good Neighbor Award victors fill in for instance of how Realtors® move up their sleeves and venture forward to make their networks a superior spot. The 2019 Good Neighbor Award champs are:
Bruce Johnson, RE/MAX of Wasaga Beach, Inc., Wasaga Beach, Ontario; for SickKids Foundation/Children’s Miracle Network;
Imprint Solomon, Keller Williams first Realty, Longmont, Colorado; for Veterans Community Project;
Kimberly Strub, Coldwell Banker, Mill Valley, California; for Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery;
Dale Taylor, RE/MAX 10, New Lenox, Illinois; for South Surburban PADS; and
Paul Wyman, The Wyman Group, Kokomo, Indiana; for Turning Point.
“This year points the 20-year achievement of the Good Neighbor Awards Program,” said NAR President John Smaby, a second era Realtor® from Edina, Minnesota. “We commend these caring people who have gone far in excess of what was required to have any kind of effect in the lives of others.”
Every one of the five champs – chosen by a multi-organize, criteria-based making a decision about procedure – will get a $10,000 award for their philanthropy and be highlighted in the November-December issue of Realtor® Magazine. The beneficiaries will likewise be given gem trophies on Saturday, November 9, during the 2019 Realtors®Conference and Expo in San Francisco.