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Arbor Real Estate agent Casey O'Connor's inspiration for starting Sean's Pot of Gold is both inspiring and heartbreaking. Casey lost her brother, Sean, to a rare childhood cancer called neuroblastoma when she was nine, and he was only six years old. Her younger brother was a patient at both Loma Linda & CHOC Hospitals while he fought the disease.

Years later in high school, she was looking to do a community project for a class, and she remembered the time she spent in the hospital with her brother, and that's when she had the idea to start "Sean's Pot of Gold."

“I miss my brother very much. We were the best of friends growing up, and I often think about what type of person he would have become," says Casey of her brother Sean. "I feel kids

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Alli, a third grader from Newport Elementary is the winners of our Stoke a Student contest! She won a new snowboard through Arbor Real Estate's “Stoke a Student” contest. The campaign in partnership with Surfside Sports in Costa Mesa began five years ago and is aimed to inspire students to value education and to succeed in school.
This is the first time we've awarded a snowboard -- usually, it's a surfboard -- but with the kind of snowfall we have this year we thought a snowboard was a good choice. Travis White, an agent at Arbor was thrilled to be the one to give the snowboard to Ali. "I'm really proud to be part of a brokerage that gives back to the community in this way," says Travis about the contest. "It makes me feel like I'm part of something

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Arbor Real Estate and the Rob Machado Foundation are teaming up again to raise money for the Clean Water for Kids initiative. The annual Arbor House Party event will be held at Arbor Real Estate on March 30th from 6 pm - 9 pm and the proceeds will go toward installing FloWater drinking stations in schools throughout the Newport-Mesa District. The purpose of the stations is to eliminate single-use water bottles --which pollute our watersheds and oceans --and to give students access to clean, tasty water. The Clean Water for Kids initiative has already funded and installed stations at Newport Elementary School, Ensign Intermediate, both in Newport Beach and Davis Magnet School in Costa Mesa. A new station is scheduled to go into Harbor High School later

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