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Caliber Enters Three-Year Corporate Partnership With Nonprofit

Navi Persaud
Dec 14, 2020
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Caliber Home Loans committed to a three-year, $100,000 corporate sponsorship of Year Up, a national nonprofit. Year Up was created to empower underserved young adults to bridge the "opportunity divide," by giving them the skills, experiences and support they need to reach their full potentials and thrive in professional careers and higher education, according to a press release.

The nonprofit has already helped 30,000 young adults across 35 campuses since its founding in 2000.

"Caliber is proud to partner with Year Up to help motivated young adults develop their career paths and create a lifetime of success. We are committed to providing mentorship, education and professional training to enable these individuals to reach their full potential," said Sanjiv Das, CEO of Caliber Home Loans.

"With Caliber's generous support, Year Up will be able to reach even more young people in need of an opportunity and ensure their long-term professional success," said Rose Chivers, Year Up Dallas/Fort Worth Site director.

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