Meet some of the Home Point Financial family.
We believe that we have a responsibility to enhance our communities and further the dreams of others beyond the workplace. We put this mentality into action in each of the communities in which we have offices - often in quiet, yet impactful, ways.
Each office decides when and how to give back. Many associates, with the support of Home Point Financial, also volunteer with local and national charities. They participate in building homes, food drives and organizing fundraisers.
It is our passion to give back.
The Home Point Financial family consistently finds ways to give back to our communities.
Ann Arbor associates staged their fourth annual toy drive for the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital and the “Mott Toy Store”, which helps children have a holiday experience even while hospitalized. Around 150 toys were collected during the drive, which is sure to bring a lot of smiles to the young patients.
Our Charlotte office partnered with a local homeless veterans’ shelter that provides short-term housing for local vets.
Associates donated clothing and put together essentials bags comprised of things like toothbrushes, toothpaste, socks, hats, etc. The bags will go to the shelter and to other vets in need throughout our community. After delivering the items, associates enjoyed a potluck lunch at the office. Another great demonstration of our "we care" philosophy at work in our communities.
The Newport Beach branch participated in the annual Newport Beach Police Association golf tournament benefiting the Newport Beach 1st Battalion, 1st Marines Foundation. This tournament was specifically held on September 12th to remember the tragedy of 9/11/01 and to honor all those who dedicate their life to serving our country. The event aids family members of the Battalion, especially families of younger enlisted men with unexpected expenses while their Marines are away on deployment.
Nearly 40 associates from our Charlotte office headed out to help Habitat for Humanity with a facilities clean-out project. The team jumped in to help clear out a couple of old buildings that were donated, with the goal of using them as warehouse space to house building supplies for new homes. The Habitat for Humanity chapter is new to the area and the work will give them the jump-start they need to build more homes with these storage facilities in place.
The Ann Arbor office participated in a local food drive through Food Gatherers, a local organization that supplies 150 nonprofit agencies and programs free and/or no cost food assistance in the area. These agencies then distribute the food to low-income adults, seniors and children in Washtenaw County Michigan. Two teams participated in sorting and organizing produce to be sent to area food pantries for distribution.