Civic Financial Services
has announced the launch of its Military Discount Program, designed to support active duty, veteran and retired military personnel. Civic Financial is committed to supporting the nation’s injured veterans through Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) and the non-profit’s free programs and services.
“My brother, Jonathan, served heroically in the Army and gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country—so the efforts to support our military men and women are extremely dear to my heart,” said William J. Tessar, president of Civic Financial Services. “We are always looking for ways to honor and appreciate these heroes—past, present and future—who make our liberties possible.”
Civic’s new Military Discount Program, by way of a lender credit at closing, is geared for those who are interested in building their real estate investment portfolios.
Gary Corless, Warrior Support at WWP, said: “The support we receive from Civic Financial Services gives Wounded Warrior Project the critical resources we need to serve warriors. We’re committed to helping injured veterans achieve their highest ambition, and with Civic Financial Services’ help, they can get there.”
Civic Financial Services’ contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project directly supports the programs and services that give warriors access to mental health services, physical health and wellness education, and many other programs such as career counseling. Warriors never pay a penny for these programs–because they paid their dues on the battlefield.