USA Mortgage deeply believes in giving back and making a difference in the community. Being in the mortgage industry, we are especially interested in helping out veterans and the homeless to make sure they are both taken care of. We will be hosting our fifth annual Charity Golf Tournament this year on October 15, 2018 at the Greenbriar Hills Country Club.
Proceeds from the tournament will go to Home Sweet Home and Veterans Community Project. Both go to extensive lengths to make sure that homeless citizens and veterans are well taken care of in the community and we admire both of their missions and beliefs.
Home Sweet Home's mission is to provide families a sense of pride and improving the quality of their lives by providing furniture and household items. Essentially, when a person comes to a homeless shelter and they are eventually housed, this foundation comes in to help furnish their new home with dignity. They are able to come to the warehouse and actually have a personal shopper who helps them choose everything they need for their new home. It's not about just providing the homeless with a place to live, but rather a home to live in. So many of these people transitioning out of the homelessness don't have the money to furnish a new space, so they are forced to get worn down, beat up an often dirty furniture. Buy new furnishings also takes away from their ability to buy the household essentials that they actually need. We are proud to be partnering with such an excellent organization for this year's golf tournament. We are looking forward to a great turnout that will in turn help out veterans in need.
Our second charity benefitting from the Charity Golf Tournament is Veterans Community Project (VCP). As always, USA Mortgage will be putting on a silent auction during the tournament and this year all of the proceeds from the silent auction will be donated to VCP. VCP is dedicated to supporting every man and woman who took the oath for our country by building a specialized community of tiny-homes and on-site services for housing stability to address the underlying cause of the veteran’s homelessness. If a veteran is in need, VCP is able to help them find a home of their own, so that they may live comfortably and, most importantly, safely. VCP is located in Kansas City, MO, but is slowly expanding to provide more tiny homes for veterans.
For more information on the golf tournament, please visit usa-mortgage.com/golf