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Astoria Realtor Victor Kee honored with $5,000 grant to Clatsop Community Action food bank - 02/05/19

Astoria Realtor Victor Kee has been honored with a $5,000 Realty Community Service Award grant from Wells Fargo for his long-term commitment to the Clatsop Community Action Regional Food Bank. Kee, a principal real estate broker with Pete Anderson Realty Office, rallies other real estate agents and the broader community to help eradicate hunger in Clatsop County through emergency food assistance.

On February 7, Kee will be joined by local real estate agents and Wells Fargo team members as they organize the food pantry and prepare food donations for delivery to Clatsop families and individuals in need.

Kee serves as the National Association of Realtor’s Good Neighbor Society Advisory Council chair, and he is a 2008 Good Neighbor Award recipient for his work with the Seaside Sunday Supper and Meals-on-Wheels programs. He also has served by mentoring and training mentors for the National Association of Realtors Volunteering Works program.

He has been appointed by the governor to serve three consecutive terms on the Oregon State Real Estate Board. He is a past president of the Oregon Certified Residential Specialists, Realtors Land Institute and the Clatsop Association of Realtors.    

WHEN:         February 7, check presentation and volunteer event from 2:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

WHERE:        Clatsop Community Action Regional Food Bank

2010 SE Chokeberry Avenue, Warrenton, OR  

WHY:            Wells Fargo’s Realty Community Service Award is part of its RealtyWINS program, which celebrates real estate agents and brokers who make an impact in their communities by awarding grants to the 501c3 nonprofit organizations they serve. These agents and brokers belong to diverse real estate trade organizations throughout the country. The $5,000 donation is part of Wells Fargo Foundation’s commitment to building stronger communities. Wells Fargo Foundation has invested more than $212.7 million in housing philanthropy efforts, along with mobilizing more than 4.75 million team member volunteer hours to build and rehabilitate nearly 7,600 homes and counting.

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