Team members of Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC), the leading post-closing services provider for the nation’s largest financial institutions, investors and servicers, volunteered 247 hours of community outreach from January to May of 2018. NTC has been heavily involved with non-profit organizations in the Tampa Bay area such as The Humane Society of Pinellas, The Ronald McDonald House, The Habitat for Humanity Pinellas and Feeding Tampa Bay in a five-month period.Read More
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Habitat for Humanity dedicated their 301st home in Pinellas County yesterday to the Jacques Family. NTC volunteers were thrilled to see the family receive the keys to their new home and join in the dedication. Volunteers, families, and donors gathered to celebrate the completion of the residence in Clearwater with a traditional Habitat dedication ceremony. The festivities kicked off as the Jacques family was presented their first official piece of mail from Valpak that contained coupons and a check to help get them started with everything they need. The gifts continued with the presentation of the hammer, an energy box from Duke Energy, a bible, a flag and a welcome mat. The presenting of the keys was initially supposed to be done by the general manager of Clearwater Toyota who is a sponsor of this event who happily passed the keys over to a life-long friend of the new homeowner. Morgan Jacques then spoke to the group and thanked everyone and accepted her gifts with tears of joy and explained that she can't wait to pay it forward by helping her new next door neighbor complete her home. Morgan put in her "sweat equity" (250+ hours) for her home all while completing her master's degree and being a single mom.
Nationwide Title Clearing (NTC) employees volunteered and helped build a house on Saturday, May 17th at the Habitat for Humanity building site in Clearwater. NTC was asked to attend on behalf of Bay Area Young Professionals. Attending on behalf of NTC were Natalie Aguirre, Michael Mazza, Brandy Chaplain and April O'Brien.