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Toy Drive

Dec 20
4:17
PM
Category | In the Community

Homestead Funding employees worked to collect donations for a toy drive to benefit several families in need this holiday season through the Haven of Hope Farm & Residence. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we were able to give over 80 gifts to seven children in three families. We are proud of the generosity displayed by our staff. Not only did they provide gifts and monetary donations, but they also volunteered their time by shopping and wrapping the gifts. Thank you!

Haven of Hope Farm & Residence, Inc. is a nonprofit, faith based organization that was formed for the purposes of empowering and providing opportunities for struggling families to become independent. 

Haven of Hope currently assists with rental deposits, back rental payments to stop eviction proceedings, apartment startup kits, clothing for infants and children, women’s maternity clothing,  food shortfalls at the end of the month, transportation and childcare to facilitate job interviews, GED classes, job placement exams, etc.

For more information about the organization, or to make a donation, please visit their website: http://www.havenofhopefarm.org/

Employees working hard to wrap gifts.

The finished product!


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On Friday, December 13th, employees from Homestead Funding participated in the 29th Annual Holiday Hunger Appeal for the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. There were eleven volunteers, including our own Licensed Loan Originator Michael Siciliano who provided ambiance for the event by playing delightful accordion music. Over six hours and two shifts, volunteers were able to collect over $1500 in donations! From the young child who gave 50¢, to the anonymous $1000 donor, we would like to thank everyone who made a donation! And we especially want to thank our volunteers!


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Homestead Funding recently participated in a clothing drive for Save-A-Suit. The organization works to provide veterans with professional clothing so that they can success in the workplace. Thanks to an initiative started by Geoffrey Gold in our Cornwall, NY office, Homestead Funding employees were able to collect and donate ten outfits for the cause.

For more information about the Save-A-Suit program, or to make a donation, please go to their website: http://saveasuit.org/


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Homestead Funding Sponsors 5K

Nov 16
12:48
AM
Category | In the Community

Homestead Funding is proud to sponsor Schenectady Symphony Orchestra’s (SSO) Beat Beethoven 5K. Proceeds from the run/walk will benefit the SSO.

The run will be on October 20th at 9:30am at Schenectady’s Central Park. Runners who complete the run before Beethoven’s 5th Symphony ends will receive a ticket to the SSO’s concert on October 27th.

For more information, please visit their website:

http://www.schenectadysymphony.org/news.php

Hope to see you on the road!


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From L to R: Lead Singer/Guitarist Blake Christiana, Drummer Robert Bonhomme, Guitarist Trevor MacArthur, Bassist Rick Bugel, Electric Guitarist Rod Hohl. Not Pictured: Andrew Hendryx – Mandolin

Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Schenectady Youth Boxing (SYB) program last night. Homestead Funding would especially like to thank Yarn, who donated their time to perform.

The night included a silent auction and raffle to raise funds for SYB. Co-founders Jeff Christiana and Coach Vince Kettle were at the event, along with several members of the program.

Schenectady Youth Boxing offers young people a positive alternative to what they are exposed to on the streets.

For more information about the Schenectady Youth Boxing program, please visit their webpage:

http://schenectadyboxing.webs.com/


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