Churchill Mortgage announced its continued commitment to local communities during National Volunteer Month. Since the start of the year, Churchill has participated in various charitable activities, including the Special Olympics Polar Plunge Nashville and the Williamson County Summer Games to support Special Olympics athletes in Tennessee. In addition, Churchill worked with Book’em to collect and distribute books to children and teens in lower-income families and provide volunteer readers to local preschools and elementary schools.
Next month, the lender will also participate in the 64th annual Franklin Rodeo, presented by the Franklin Noon Rotary Club. As the longest-standing charitable event in Williamson County, Tenn., the rodeo donates all proceeds to local charities and scholarships for area students. Also in May, Churchill Mortgage will join other local volunteers for the Special Olympics Mud Run to benefit the more than 16,500 Tennesseans with intellectual disabilities. Later this year, Churchill employees will return to Guatemala to help build homes for local residents as well as volunteer locally through the Habitat for Humanity. In addition, the lender will fund a food pantry again in December through Second Harvest Food Bank, where employees will participate by distributing food to Second Harvest customers for the holidays.
“Donating our resources to local charities, families and individuals in need is an important part of our organization,” said Mike Hardwick, president, Churchill Mortgage. “Through our involvement, we’re able to positively impact thousands of lives. We encourage others to volunteer beyond National Volunteer Month so that we can collectively make a greater difference in our world.”