BLG announces help for One Call

  • Saturday, December 7, 2019 8:30am
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Bainbridge Lending Group has made its ninth quarterly #GiveBackBainbridge program donation to One Call for All.

The 2019 third and fourth quarter amounts totaled $2,750, and the program-to-date donation total has risen to $10,000.

Under its program, for every home loan the Bainbridge Island mortgage lender closes, Bainbridge Lending Group makes a client-designated donation to the local One Call for All organization.

Clients have the opportunity to direct which of the over 100 local nonprofits receives their donation.

“Our goal was to create a sustainable program that connects our clients, new islanders and long-timers, to the traditions of One Call for All. And to show that BLG is committed to giving back to the community that has helped us endure as a top local lender for 15 years,” said Matt Culp, owner of Bainbridge Lending Group.

Along with fellow mortgage brokers Tom Rees and Kay Johnson, Culp recently presented the latest donation to Tracey Peacoe Denlinger, executive director of One Call for All.

“We are pleased to be a partner in philanthropy with Bainbridge Lending Group. Deserving nonprofits receive additional donations from this innovative program and BLG’s clients learn more about the nonprofit sector that supports our island,” Denlinger said.

Bainbridge Lending Group, a mortgage broker established in 2005, is located at 345 Knechtel Way, Suite 200 on Bainbridge. They can be reached at 206-842-1444.

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