Giving Thanks for #GoodDeeds

Giving Thanks for #GoodDeeds

Closing the Hunger Gap
Since 2012, Idaho-based Alliance Title & Escrow has held its companywide food drive campaign, Closing the Hunger Gap. The company’s branches throughout Idaho, Washington, and Montana gather non-perishable food items and monetary donations to help their local communities fight hunger. This year, the company and its branches collected 13,023 pounds of non-perishable food items and $21,753 in donations. Over the years, the campaign has resulted in the collection of 230,376 pounds of food and $275,565.24 in donations.

Feeding Families
For the fourth year in a row, Western Title Co. united the title and escrow industry in northern Nevada to help families in need over Thanksgiving.
Through the campaign, seven companies and employees made financial donations of $13,374. The donations provided food for more than 260 families through vouchers to a Raley’s Grocery stores.
“We couldn’t be prouder of our tradition to help the community we love and showcase the #GoodDeeds our industry does every month,” said Patrick Harris of Wester Title.

Pink Falcons
Over the past several months, CATIC and its employees have participated in several fundraising/community events. Most notably, the company was a sponsor of the Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk, which helps support loved ones affected by breast cancer. CATIC’s Pink Falcons was Connecticut’s top fund-raising team.
“Our team also established a partnership with Habitat for Humanity, where a small group of dedicated employees helped the non-profit organization in fulfilling its vision of building strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with people and families in need of affordable housing,” said Wayne Grant of CATIC.
Source: blog.alta.org