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NAR has named 10 REALTORS® as finalists of REALTOR® Magazine’s 2017 Good Neighbor Award; two of which are California REALTORS®. The award honors REALTORS® who make an extraordinary impact on their community through volunteer work, donating their time and passion to improve and enrich the lives of the people in their communities.

On Oct. 3, five winners will be named from among the 10 finalists. Winners will receive a $10,000 grant and national media exposure for their community charity, including a feature in the Nov./Dec. issue of REALTOR® Magazine. The winners will also receive travel expenses to the 2017 REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Chicago, where they will accept their awards at a presentation in front of thousands of their peers. In addition, five honorable mentions will receive a $2,500 grant.

The public can also vote for their favorite of the 10 Good Neighbor finalists. The three finalists who get the most votes will be Web Choice winners and will take home additional donations of $2,500, $1,250 and $1,250 respectively. Cast votes between Sept. 5 and Oct. 2.

The California REALTORS® named as finalists are Mony Nop of Mony Nop Real Estate in Livermore and Kay Wilson-Bolton of Century 21 Troop Real estate in Santa Paula.

Nop created a nonprofit to encourage kids to set goals and achieve them by providing leadership training and scholarships. He uses his own experience as a child who fled the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia during the 1970s to motivate thousands of middle school and high school students to overcome their own challenges. Read how he's helping build tomorrow's leaders.

Wilson-Bolton founded Many Meals, which feeds up to 600 people a hot meal every Wednesday. She also distributes 30,000 pounds of food per month through a food bank, and, as an ordained chaplain, runs a reception center behind her real estate office where she counsels people in need. Read how she's helping feed the hungry.

Vote here for Nop or Wilson-Bolton between Sept. 5 and Oct. 2.


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