Bell Mortgage leads the way in raising funds …
August 15th, 2012
SPARE KEY “AMBASSADOR PROGRAM” SURPASSES $100,000 MARK Bell Mortgage leads the way in raising funds to benefit 100 Minnesota families with their mortgage payments during child’s hospitalization.
Spare Key, a Minnesota non-profit that provides mortgage grant payments to Minnesota families with seriously ill or critically injured children, announced today that it’s “Ambassador Program” has gone over the $100,000 mark in revenues.
The “Ambassador Program” allows Loan Officers, Realtors, Title Professionals and other mortgage industry related firms and individuals to donate a set amount of money on each transaction they close to Spare Key. In many cases the donations are tax-deductible for the participating individuals, who can also make the donation on behalf of their customer.
Spare Key, celebrating its 15th year, in turn, makes a mortgage payment to a Minnesota family who has a seriously ill or critically injured child – helping the family spend time as a part of their child’s health care Team, but also staving off further financial hardship.
Bell Mortgage, a division of State Bank, has led the way in raising over $100,000 since the program began full-time in 2012. With more than two dozen of its loan officers participating in the program, Bell Mortgage donations have resulted in more than $80,000 of revenue generated for the program.
“The direct impact that Bell Mortgage and others who have participated in our “Ambassador Program” makes a real difference in the lives of Minnesota families,“ said Erich Mische, Executive Director of Spare Key. “We know that at least 100 Minnesota families have had their lives positively impacted because of this program, and at least 80 of them have benefitted because of the generosity of Bell Mortgage and its Loan Officers.”
Loan Officers, Realtors, Title Professionals and other mortgage industry related firms and individuals who are interested in learning more about the “Ambassador Program” and being a part of the initiative can visit www.sparekey.org.
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