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Certainty Home Loans Community Connection Program Donates to 26 Charities in January

The Certainty Home Loans Community Connection program started the year by donating $25,000 to 26 non-profit organizations in January through the borrowers of 21 loan officers.

The non-profit organizations who received donations in January are Angel House of Georgia, A Bed 4 Me Foundation, Bethel AME Zion Church, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Casa of Grayson County, College of Charleston, Donor Alliance, Inc., Emancipet, Georgia Southern University, Girls on the Run of Coastal Georgia, Goody Girls BBQ Cook Off, Healing Women Of Atlanta, Helping Hands Home for Children, Hobgood Braves, Mobile Loaves and Fishes, National Mill Dog Rescue, Nexus Recovery Center, Performance Initiatives, Inc., Richmond Hill Boy Scouts, Ronald McDonald House of Colorado, Seedling Foundation, Susan Komen Race for the Cure, Tessa, The Foundation of Caldwell Community College & Technical Institute, USCB Center for the Arts, Veteran’s Path and the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Certainty Home Loans mortgage professionals who participated in the Community Connection program in January are Julie Black in Austin, TX, Jarad Brown in Savannah, GA, Debbie Cash in Houston, TX, Walt Dagley in Beaufort, SC, John Davis in Kennesaw, GA, Zach Davidson in Newnan, GA, Matt Dorsey in North Charleston, SC, Rhonda Faulk in Niceville, FL, Eric Glick in Savannah, GA, Taylor Green in Kennesaw, GA, Vanya Griffith-Mayes in Sherman, TX, Julia Hardy in Houston, TX, Jan Hill in Austin, TX, C.J. King in Fayetteville, NC, Rona Lewis in Aurora, CO, Susan Moore in Arlington, TX, Meredith Poggi in Kennesaw, GA, Mike Sagaert in Colorado Springs, CO, Viktor Sasser in Savannah, GA, Mary Thorne in Colorado Springs, CO, and Tom Thuss in Lenoir, NC.

Community Connection provides a way for borrowers to contribute to their favorite charitable organization. When someone purchases or refinances a home with Certainty Home Loans, we donate $250 in the name of the borrower, to the borrower’s charity of choice. Learn how you can participate in the Community Connection program.

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Pictured above from left to right: Sarah Young (Certainty Home Loans), Diane Freeman (A Bed 4 Me), Ginger Davis (A Bed 4 Me), Rhonda Faulk (Certainty Home Loans) and Bella Faulk. A Bed 4 Me Foundation is a non-profit that provides beds to kids and teens within the Okaloosa County area of Florida that would otherwise be sleeping on the floor or on inadequate bedding.
- Feb 07, 2018



 
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