Bonnie Moy is a realtor with over 30 years experience in Real Estate investing. She supports investment in “Safe and Healthy” communities and is a member of Options Community Services.
Options Community Services is a registered charity with more than 80 programs serving over 100,000 people each year in Surrey, Delta, White Rock, and Langley. Their Mission is to inspire hope and belonging for all, by building a healthy and caring community where everyone thrives.
The absence of affordable housing is one of the biggest issues faced by the people who reach out to Options Community Services. At Options, they feel they have been called to step up to help address this most critical need as they work with Habitat Housing Society, their sister charity, to plan our first purpose-built, mixed income housing site at King George and 81st Avenue in Surrey. Habitat develops and builds affordable housing complexes and will carry out the development of the site and operation of the housing units.
As well as her commitment to Options, Bonnie received the John Armeneu Award in 2014, which is the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board’s highest award. She received the award for helping launch the “Realty Watch” program. Realtors use their pager system to find missing persons. Bonnie’s client’s daughter, Pamela Cameron, went missing and was later found murdered. The Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, working with the RCMP, vetted the program and Reatly Watch was born. Initially using pagers, now using cell phones and social media, the program reaches 14,000 Realtors who act as the community’s eyes and ears.