Our employees understand the importance of working toward a better tomorrow. This is seen through their daily hard work and dedication to solving financial problems for others, as well as giving back to local communities. As a company, we have a culture invested in improving lives and providing opportunities. Which is exhibited through our effort in supporting a variety of causes that are important to our individual employees. As we continue growing this charitable structure, we encourage you to join us in working towards our efforts of a better tomorrow.
Missouri Pay It Forward responds to community requests of what people need and match donated goods to the recipients who need them. In this year’s 2018 spring cleaning efforts, ReverseMortgages.com was honored to work with the organization to donate a truckload of clothes to the Missouri Pay it Forward and the All Kids in Crisis Clothing Closet. Both organizations support adults and children who are transitioning away from homelessness or crisis situations. We were thrilled to not only help a local organization but to also aide people right here in our own community.>
Mid-Missouri Hickman High School, home of the Kewpies boys’ basketball team, hosted their annual golf tournament this past year. This four-person scramble tournament benefits the Hickman basketball program by investing the proceeds back into its players. The proceeds from the fundraiser helped cover additional travel expenses, including the opportunity to attend ESPN's Thanksgiving Shoot, so families would not have to incur additional costs. ReverseMortgages.com was proud to be a part of the donation team.
Senior Loan Officer, Jeff Bailey, participated in the 2016 MS ride and raised money for the 2018 Bike MS event to show his support to "stop MS in its tracks, restore what's been lost and end MS forever". What is called the number one fund raising cycling series in the nation, we are honored to have one of our very own fight for a cure. Jeff also is aiding on an upcoming medical mission trip in Peru with Global First Responder's, January 2019. Led by University Hospital Doctor Adam Beckett, the group will be building a small medical supply depot to store medical equipment and medication to provide a 5-day clinic for those in need. Visit Global First Responder to learn more.