The 13th Annual Liberty Road Foundation Charity Golf Tournament and Dinner Auction raised more than $430,000 for those in need. The foundation is based in Redmond. Courtesy photo

Guild Mortgage helps raise $430,000 for Redmond’s Liberty Road Foundation

  • Friday, September 15, 2017 10:09am
  • News

Demonstrating its commitment to giving back and improving the local community, Guild Mortgage recently served as the primary sponsor of the 13th Annual Liberty Road Foundation Charity Golf Tournament and Dinner Auction, which raised more than $430,000 for those in need.

One of the largest independent mortgage lenders in the U.S., Guild was the Master Sponsor ($15,000) of the fundraiser, held Aug. 8 at The Golf Club at Newcastle. Guild provided $50 TaylorMade/Adidas gift cards to more than 120 tournament participants.

Additionally, company representatives served as individual hole, lunch and happy hour sponsors, while Guild branches in Bellevue, Kirkland, Mill Creek and Tacoma purchased $750 tables at the dinner and auction. All told, 85 Guild employees plus their guests attended the evening’s festivities.

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Liberty Road Foundation, based in Redmond, which partners with seven nonprofit organizations helping at-risk children and families. The auction also supported SAFE, a nonprofit working to assist women get out of the sex trafficking trade.

Founded in 1960, Guild Mortgage has more than 3,600 employees operating from 250 branch and satellite offices in 25 states. The company has a total of 27 branches in the state of Washington.

The company’s Guild Giving Program encourages employees to donate time and money to charitable causes in their own communities.

More in News

Annual CHOMP! celebration returns to Marymoor Park

The free event will host live music, workshops and activities.

LWSD announces administrative changes for 2018-19

Administrative changes include some new faces for LWSD.

Wildfire smoke causes poor air quality across region

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency urges people to take precautions.

Bellevue police arrest the suspect as seen from as seen from King County Sheriff’s Guardian One helicopter. Screenshot from the King County Sheriff Air Support YouTube page
Man arrested after two dozen dumpster fires in Bellevue, Redmond

The homeless man set between 22 and 24 dumpster fires before he was arrested by Bellevue police.

Secretary Wyman calls for nominations for Medals of Merit and Valor

Awards are given to civilians for courageous acts of service.

New study confirms historical presence of grizzlies in Washington

The federal government hopes to rebuild a dwindling Washington grizzly population.

One Table has no clear game plan for tackling regional crisis

Seattle and King County’s joint task force to address the crisis still only has vague strategies.

DOH provides steps to keep safe from wildfire smoke

Air quality degraded by wildfires across the state.

Most Read