Hudson United Mortgage Launches ‘Give More’ Winter Charity Campaign

Real Estate In-Depth | November 14, 2016

WHITE PLAINS—Hudson United Mortgage reported the launch of its winter fundraiser called “Give More,” with the goal of raising money for local organizations that prevent hunger.

“With the holiday season and winter weather around the corner, we want to help our community in any way possible,” said Daniel Rand, director of home services for Hudson United.  “Serving those in need is a cultural tradition at our company, and we will strive to continue that with the ‘Give More’ charity campaign.”

The fundraiser began on Oct. 26th and goes until Jan. 31, 2017, during which time Hudson United Mortgage hopes to accumulate between $20,000 and $100,000 by donating $100.00 for every home loan that’s filed and asking the public for financial support.

The proceeds will be given to the following charities: People to People in Nanuet; Food Bank of the Hudson Valley in Cornwall-On-Hudson; Food Bank for Westchester in Elmsford; and Oasis in Paterson, NJ. People to People is the largest food pantry in Rockland County and gave assistance to nearly 14,000 of the area’s households last year.  The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, together with the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, serves more than 1,000 member agencies in 23 counties from the Canadian border to the Westchester border.  The Food Bank for Westchester provides food to 200,000 residents and is the only food bank that serves the whole county. Oasis works to provide adult education and meals for women and children who are living in poverty.

“We believe in giving back, helping our neighbors in need, and building stronger communities,” said Christopher Rand, manager of sales and operations at Hudson United Mortgage. “These organizations have done meritorious work in providing for countless individuals, and we want to do our part to offer as much assistance as we can to those beneficiaries.”

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