The Mortgage Network Gives Back to the Community

The Mortgage Network is a local brokerage, and we are committed to giving back to our community whenever possible. Our loan officers are encouraged to “pay it forward” by donating a portion of each loan they close to their favorite local charity. We have already donated over $4,000 to our community in 2018 alone! Click on the links below to learn about a few of our favorites:

MaxFund Animal Shelter

MaxFund is a true no-kill shelter in Denver, CO with a focus on caring for injured or unwanted pets and helping find loving, secure homes for them. In addition, MaxFund provides low-cost vaccinations, pet food, and spay/neuter clinics for pets of low income families; no-fee adoptions for senior citizens and AIDS patients; and a therapy program which takes pets to visit senior centers, the VA Hospital and nursing homes.

To learn more about Maxfund, please visit their website at https://maxfund.org/About-Us

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver

The Denver chapter of the Ronald McDonald House was first opened in 1979 to help ill/injured children and their families. Ronald McDonald house gives families from out of town a place to stay while their children are receiving treatment at local hospitals. In addition to providing comfortable, low-cost housing to families who need to be near their hospitalized children, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver hosts a summer camp in the mountains each year for children with cancer and their siblings. 

To learn more about Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, please visit their website at https://rmhc-denver.org/what-we-do/

Kempe Foundation

The Kempe Foundation is a charity in Aurora, CO founded with the aim of protecting and preventing children from abuse and neglect. Kempe also helps advance training for professionals in the field, and improve child welfare systems in Colorado and beyond. In 2017, Kempe helped to serve nearly 1,500 children in our community. 

To learn more about Kempe, please visit their website at http://www.kempe.org/about/