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Certainty Home Loans Community Connection Program Donates To 29 Charities in July

The Certainty Home Loans Community Connection program proudly donated $21,750 to 29 non-profit organizations through the borrowers of 29 loan officers in July, bringing the total donated so far this year to $142,500.

The non-profit organizations who received donations in July include A Bed 4 Me, Allen McJROTC Booster, American Cancer Society, Casa of the Coastal Bend, Casa of the Pikes Peak Region, Center for Birds of Prey, Charleston Animal Society, Charleston Habitat for Humanity, City House Inc., Collettsville PTO, Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, DFW Angels, Etowah High School Foundation, Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnett, Green Beret Association, Habitat for Humanity of Southern Collin County, Helping Hands Home For Children, Low Country Food Bank, Make-A-Wish Central Region, MUSC Foundation for Research, One80Place, Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Summit Resort Ministries, Treutlen House, Tybee Island YMCA, VAREP San Antonio Chapter, Vision Quest, and Warrior Surf Foundation.

The Certainty Home Loans mortgage professionals who participated in the Community Connection program in July were Greg Bear, Julie Black, Christian Blumetti, Pamela Caldwell, Zach Davidson, John Davis, Rhonda Faulk, Eric Glick, Taylor Green, Rachael Gomez, Jan Hill, Aubre Houck, Michael McCollum, Art Ramirez, Mike Sagaert, Viktor Sasser, Daniel Schneider, Bart Swan, Mary Thorne, Tom Thuss, Charlie Waller, Ricki Whittle, and Chris Yarrington

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, after the loan is closed and funded.

Learn how you can participate in the Community Connection program >

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From left to right: Rhonda Faulk (Loan Officer, Niceville, FL), Ginger Davis (A Bed 4 Me), Diane Freeman (A Bed 4 Me), and Sarah Young (Loan Officer Assistant, Niceville, FL).

A Bed 4 Me is a nonprofit organization providing beds to children who would otherwise be sleeping on the floor or inadequate spaces. Rhonda, and her husband Greg Faulk, support the financial donation with dressers, purchased at thrift stores and yard sales, that Greg paints in a color to match the donated bedding.
- Aug 08, 2018



 
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