The Certainty Home Loans Community Connection program donated $9,250 across 20 non-profit organizations in November. This year to date, $262,500 has been donated to non-profit organizations in the states where Certainty Home Loans is licensed.
The non-profit organizations who received donations in November are Beds4Kids, Casa of the Pikes Peak Region, Charleston Basket Brigade, Children’s Hospital of Colorado, Georgia Southern University, Heights Tutoring Center, Helping Hands Home for Children, Human Rights Campaign, Miracle League of the Triangle, Mother’s Milk Bank Austin, My:Face, National Alliance on Mental Illness, OneStar Foundation, South Carolina Aquarium, St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Super Kooper Inc., Tessa, University Of Houston Alumni Association, WCA-Annual Gift Giving and Wounded Warrior Project.
Certainty Home Loans mortgage professionals who participated in the Community Connection program in November are Julie Black in Austin, TX, Pamela Caldwell in Greensboro, NC, Debbie Cash in Houston, TX, Matt Dorsey in North Charleston, SC, Rhonda Faulk in Niceville, FL, Joe Garner in Charlotte, NC, Bobby Green in Mount Pleasant, SC, Jan Hill in Austin, TX, Rona Lewis in Aurora, CO, Mike Sagaert in Colorado Springs, CO, Viktor Sasser in Savannah, GA, Bart Swan in Niceville, FL and Mary Thorne in Colorado Springs, CO.
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.
Pictured above: Mike Sagaert, from Certainty Home Loans' Colorado Springs branch, with clients who utilized the Community Connection program to donate to their charity.
Dec 13, 2017