Donation helps ‘keep lights on’ at Gresham Senior Center

Donation helps ‘keep lights on’ at Gresham Senior Center

NW Reverse Mortgage celebrates milestone, donates $1,000 to nonprofit organization

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In celebration of hitting an amazing milestone, an Oregon company donated to a Gresham nonprofit center dedicated to uplifting local seniors.

Northwest Reverse Mortgage presented a check for $1,000 to the Gresham Senior Center Wednesday morning, May 5. This donation commemorates the company saving customers more than $1 million in monthly mortgage payments, collectively.

“It’s important to keep this facility open and functional — they are making a difference for so many in the community,” said Breazy Wirth, business development specialist. “We hope others follow in our footsteps by making donations to the local senior centers in their areas.”

The donation comes at a crucial time for the Gresham Senior Center, 600 N.E. Eighth St., as it continues to rebound from a difficult year that saw fundraisers shuttered and finances hit a dire place. The money will help handle looming utility bills and other payments.

“This helps us get through the pandemic until we can safely reopen,” said Paul Nasiatka, president of the center.

Northwest Reverse Mortgage, 10121 S.E. Sunnyside Road, Clackamas, is a local company dedicating to guiding people aged 60 and older to a more secure future through accessing home equity or purchasing a new home with a reverse mortgage. Learn more at nwreverse.com

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Jeff Foody discusses the huge milestone his company hit and why it is so important to support our local senior centers in the interview below on KOIN’s AM Extra.

 

Jeff Foody was featured on FOX’s GOOD DAY OREGON discussing how the impacts of the economic shutdown during COVID have negatively affected seniors and how his company used a major milestone as an opportunity to give back.


Northwest Reverse Mortgage is passionate about supporting our local communities!

Did you know you can give back to your community without giving anything? Your Fred Meyer Rewards Card makes this possible! Sign up for their Community Rewards program today to help your local non-profit. When you shop at Freddie’s, your non-profit is sent additional rewards, so you aren’t giving up anything- it is an additional perk of being a Fred Meyer rewards member.  Check out the simple video below for directions on how to set your card up for the Non-Profit of your choice!

*Northwest Reverse Mortgage is not affiliated with Fred Meyer in any way.


Another way you can donate to your favorite organization without giving up anything is by setting up your Amazon account to give additional rewards to the charity of your choice. Watch the video here to see how simple it is to set up.

*Northwest Reverse Mortgage is not affiliated with Amazon or it’s Smile program in any way.


There are many other opportunities to help the charities in your local area; here are a few ideas:

  • Call your local senior center and ask them about the ways you could donate or be of service with your skills.
  • Some charities, like the Gresham Senior Center, are accepting cans and bottle donations that they return for cash. Their bottle drop program helps sustain them while they have minimal income.
  • Consider donating the proceeds of your garage or estate sale to a local charity.
  • Host a challenge or event to encourage donations.
  • Like your local senior centers on social media, sign up for their newsletter and share their posts.
  • Many senior centers provide a service like quilting or foot care, for example. Find out what services your local senior centers provide and become a customer.

Northwest Reverse Mortgage is committed to our communities; taking these simple steps could help our local charities get more much-needed funding. Donating or volunteering with a local charity not only helps our communities, it makes you feel good and can lead to a better quality of life.

Article written by Christopher Keizur and published in the Gresham Outlook May 7th, 2021

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