Residential Finance Corporation and its employees support LifeTown and other community charities MortgagePress.comResidential Finance Corporation, LifeTown, charity, Esther Kaltmann, Jessica Manna
Residential Finance Corporation (RFC), a nationwide home
mortgage lender, has announced that the company is underwriting the
cost of 25 employees to volunteer time with LifeTown.
The LifeTown program provides a unique interactive environment for
special needs children to have fun while role-playing important
RFC will arrange transportation to the LifeTown school location
and pay employees who choose to participate at their normal rate of
pay. Participating Residential Finance employees will commit three
to five hours monthly, interacting with the special needs children
as vendors or merchants.
LifeTown Director and Founder Esther Kaltmann said, "For
LifeTown, support from the community is a critical component of our
success. By underwriting employee participation in our program,
Residential Finance Corporation is donating far more than its human
resources. Our volunteers spread enthusiasm within the program and
reaching outward where it continues to generate more support and
encouragement for the children who benefit so greatly from
LifeTown. Our thanks go to Residential Finance and its employees
who have made this important commitment to LifeTown."
Residential Finance employees also recently participated in the
2nd Annual Matthew W. Acton Scholarship Fund tournament at Pleasant
Valley Golf Course in Lancaster, Ohio. The scholarship was
established in memory of a young golfer killed in a tragic
Residential Finance Corporation Chief Marketing Officer Jessica
Manna said, "Residential Finance is pleased to support and
encourage employees as they participate in programs that provide
benefit to the community such as LifeTown and the Matthew W. Acton
Memorial Golf Outing. These activities build team spirit, while
providing greater benefit to the community at large."
For more informaiton, visit www.residentialfinance.com.