Wisconsin lender places currency on philanthropy

Care packages carry an emotional wallop

Wisconsin-based Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp., has announced it is “doubling down” on its year-round philanthropic efforts largely designed to help people affected by the corrosive financial effects of the pandemic.

The full-service mortgage lender, with dual headquarters in Dallas suburb Carrollton, Texas, will fortify such charitable initiatives through its affiliated non-profit organizations and companywide volunteer efforts to provide critically important services for those in need across various communities, staffer Sherri Anderson told Mortgage Professional America.

The largesse – via Fairway Cares, the company’s non-profit arm for which Anderson serves as CEO – is rooted in personal loss for the company that was doubly hit with beloved colleagues’ deaths in 2014. The company’s “heart month” in February, calling awareness to cardiac health, stems from the deaths of two well-loved associates felled by heart attacks within months of each other…

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