LoanDepot Donates $ 50,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast and Will be Title Sponsor of Winter Wonderland Event |


FOOTHILL RANCH, California, December 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Continuing its week of giving, LoanDepot, the nation’s second largest non-bank lender, will donate $ 50,000 at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast (California). As part of the donation, the company will be the title sponsor of the club’s flagship event “Winter Wonderland”, which reaches over 1,000 children by bringing the magic of the holiday season to life through toys, crafts, cookies, hot chocolate and more. .

“There is nothing greater than bringing joy to children during the holiday season, and the boys and girls clubs of Central Orange Coast are creating a truly magical experience at the Winter Wonderland event for families. who might not otherwise have the opportunity, “said Nicole carrillo, EVP and Accounting Director, LoanDepot and Board Member, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast. “LoanDepot’s continued support to clubs is a reflection of their incredible work in helping children and families in our community reach their full potential and I am beyond words to see this amplified during the holiday season. “

The Winter Wonderland event is taking place December 18, 2021 in four clubs in the region. With LoanDepot’s headquarters in the area, company executives and team members plan to go beyond donating, hosting a toy drive and volunteering at events to help create a magical experience for children.

“LoanDepot has been a great partner over the years, and it’s only fitting that our first Corporate Champion also becomes the title sponsor of our first in-person Winter Wonderland event since taking a hiatus from the last year due to the pandemic, ”said Robert santana, CEO, Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast. “The company truly believes in supporting our community and shares the Boys and Girls Clubs’ passion for empowering young people to achieve excellence – and we are more than grateful for their continued support.”

LoanDepot has always supported boys ‘and girls’ clubs on the central Orange coast and was recently named the organization’s very first ‘corporate champion’ for its dedication and support to young people and families throughout the year. COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, LoanDepot has stepped into action to support the clubs’ efforts by providing essential goods, technology and services to the youth and families it serves – as well as a large-scale volunteer effort that has seen LoanDepot leaders and team members step up with their friends and family every week. Clubs have also benefited from LoanDepot’s RBI campaign “The house says it all” – which took place during the regular season of Major League Baseball and the League Championship Series presented by LoanDepot (ALCS and NLCS).

The $ 50,000 The donation to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast is one of five planned this week by LoanDepot to support the most vulnerable during the holiday season in the communities where its employees live and work, and beyond. LoanDepot will also donate to Second Harvest, United Cerebral Palsy of Orange County, War Heroes On Water and its partner 501c3 Freedom Alliance and Free Wheelchair Mission for a combined total donation of $ 250,000.

About LoanDepot

LoanDepot (NYSE: LDI) is a digital commerce company committed to serving customers along the journey to homeownership. Since launching in 2010, LoanDepot has revolutionized the mortgage industry with a digitally driven approach that makes buying or refinancing a home easier, faster and less stressful. Today, as the nation’s second-largest retail mortgage lender, LoanDepot empowers clients to realize the American dream of homeownership through a wide range of mortgage lending and real estate services that simplify one of the most complex transactions. of life. With headquarters in Southern California and offices nationwide, LoanDepot is committed to serving the communities in which its team lives and works through a variety of local, regional and national philanthropic efforts.

About the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast

Since its inception, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Orange Coast have been the cornerstone of Costa Mesa, Irvine, newport beach, Orange, and Santa Ana communities. They have provided strategic programming, a safe space and quality mentoring to over 100,000 young people since the first club in Costa Mesa opened in 1941. The Club strives to lay the foundation for its members to lead meaningful and productive lives by equipping them with the skills they need to graduate from high school, pursue higher education and join the market. work. They have been recognized by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America as one of the most innovative in the country, especially with their IMPACT model. Although there are many organizations serving young people in Orange County, none offer young people the range of academic, fitness and enrichment activities than the boys and girls clubs of Central Orange Coast. They are very proactive in building relationships with like-minded nonprofits to better serve young people and their families. All of their activities, whether at the club, at school or in the community, are designed to empower young people and strengthen family and community protective factors that reduce risk and increase the likelihood of positive outcomes. Our mission is: to ensure that every child has mentors and champions in life. For more information visit www.boysandgirlsclub.com.

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