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Click the button below to learn more about our Teacher loan program. 

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

* Your Service First Loan officer will provide further details about the donation process.

 

 

Service First Cares Committee

Service First Cares Committee is an internal charitable committee established to create and lead philanthropic initiatives for Service First Mortgage. This committee allows Service First employees to make an impact in the community by using our unique company culture and vision. 

For this Summer, the Service First Cares Committee is proud to support teachers. 

 

Where will your donation go?

Ms. Roxanna Dizon's class at New Academy Elementary School in Canoga Park, CA. 

You will have the ability to choose which resource tool will be funding whether it is books, technology, supplies, or educational trips held by the school. You also have an option to choose which group to support from ages PreK -12th grade. You can donate to the following subjects:

  • Math & Science
  • Music & the Arts
  • Literacy & Language
  • History & Civics
  • Special Needs
  • Applied Learning
  • Health & Sports
  • Warmth, Care & Hunger

 

 

        

Service First's Partnership with DonorsChoose

Are you a teacher looking for the right time to purchase a home? The time is NOW! We would like to show our appreciation to all teachers. Our Teacher's Program has a few unique benefits, designed specifically to help teachers:

  • $500 reduction in lender fees
  • $500 donation towards purchasing school supplies*

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Teacher Campaign Dates

May 1, 2017 - August 31, 2017

 

              

             

 

 

 

 

 

 

                      

 

 

 

 

 

 

Service First is Proud to Partner with

About the Founder

A history teacher at a Bronx public school, Charles Best, was making photocopies of the Little House on the Prairie,while stumbling apon the thought of all of the money he and his colleagues were spending on books and school supplies. Charles sketched out a website that provided teachers with the ability of creating classro0m project requests, and donors could choose which project to donate towards. His colleagues started off by posting their first 11 project requests. Today, they are open in every public school in America. 

Interested in Making a Donation?

Make a positive impact by donating to a classroom in need of supplies.There are many students that are unable to afford school supplies. With your help and generous donation, we can provided children with the right tools they need to succeed. You can make a donation between $50 or more to help support a classroom in need. All classroom donations will be managed by the non-profit, DonorsChoose.