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DMBA Partners with DABR in Westwood

Saturday April 30th the Dayton Mortgage Bankers Association partnered with the Dayton Area Board of Realtors and Rebuilding Together Dayton working on a home in the  Westwood neighborhood of Dayton.   Volunteers from both groups came together painting, landscaping, restoring foundation concerns, and replacing the front door just to name a few jobs.  It was a fun day of partnership and spirits weren't dampened by the gray and rainy weather.  The owner of the home, who applied through Rebuilding Together Dayton,  was a longtime and proud resident of the Westwood Neighborhood.   

Rebuilding Together is the nation’s leading nonprofit working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities. Our network of 166 affiliates provides rehabilitation and critical repairs to the homes of low-income Americans at no cost.   Rebuilding Together Dayton, formerly known as Christmas in April, was founded in 1996. Since its inception, Rebuilding Together Dayton has been able to impact over 1,500 homeowners in our community thanks to the support of our sponsors and volunteers.

Rebuilding Together Dayton works in our city year round, want to volunteer: rtdayton.org


Dayton Mortgage Bankers Supports FLOC at CCN
The Dayton Mortgage Bankers Association Board of Directors had the pleasure of joining Beth Mann and other volunteers at For the Love Of Children for lunch at the Country Club of the North.  CCN hosts monthly Lunch 4 a Cause charitable lunches on the fourth Wednesday of every month.  April's CCN charity was also one of the DABR's 2016 charitable causes For the Love of Children (FLOC).     For Love of Children, Inc. FLOC is a volunteer organization which raises funds to provide enrichment and educational activities for children from newborn to 18 years of age throughout the Dayton area. FLOC began serving area children in the 1980’s, and has grown into an industry of volunteers who are passionate about caring for children who are neglected and abused, children in foster care and children in need of community resource. FLOC’s new administrative offices opened in the fall of 2011. Located at the Talbott Tower, FLOC has over 4500 square feet of space in which to offer our services to the children in need in the greater Dayton area.