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Mortgage Banker Contributes to HomeAid OC's Essentials for Young Lives Drive

Irvine, CA – For the third consecutive year, New American Funding, a mortgage banker and licensed HARP 2.0 lender, is partnering with HomeAid Orange County to help mothers and children locate the bare essentials to meet their daily living needs.

New American Funding participated in HomeAid Orange County’s 5th annual “Essentials for Young Lives” donation drive. The team of employees helped fill many huge boxes with a variety of products babies need – diapers of all sizes, wipes, food, and a variety of hygiene products.

“It is a satisfying feeling to work for a company that can take the time and energy to focus on groups in need. Just knowing that we, as a company, make strides to better people’s lives is respectable,” said Susan Malcolm, marketing team member at New American Funding.

All donations collected will be delivered to agencies such as the Anaheim Interfaith Shelter, Casa Teresa, Isaiah House, Thomas Shelter, and many others. These agencies will in turn distribute all donations to those that need them most. While this particular drive hosted by HomeAid Orange County focuses on mothers and children, the organization serves a variety of other people suffering from personal crises such as pregnancy and abuse.

Although New American Funding participates in this drive on a regular basis, the company also recognizes the need to help people beyond the daily scope of its business. The company understands the importance of participating in many other charitable events that help worthy causes and works with regularly works with other organizations.

About New American Funding

New American Funding is a Fannie Mae Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved, and VA Automatic mortgage lender with over 400 employees. The company is licensed in 21 states across the nation and offers a variety of home loan options, including FHA, Conventional, VA, HARP 2 and Jumbo Loans.

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