A Tradition of Generosity
During the 2017 holiday season, many of our CoreLogic offices spent time volunteering and made charitable contributions to acknowledge the holidays in their local communities.
Several Dallas employees spent an afternoon volunteering at The Salvation Army’s holiday warehouse. CoreLogic volunteers organized presents donated by sponsors for this year’s Angel Tree for delivery. Dallas-based members of our LeaP Operational Leadership Program for transitioning military officers volunteered at the North Texas Food Bank distribution center and also placed wreaths for fallen military veterans with Wreaths Across America.
In addition to volunteer efforts, many of our offices participated in charitable giving. The Orange County-Los Angeles Women’s Business Council supported the SmileMakers Guild of The Council on Aging – Southern California and their Angel Gift Holiday Project to help fulfill holiday wishes for seniors living in long-term care facilities in Orange County, many of whom have no family or friends with whom they can share the holidays, and who would not receive gifts without community support.
CoreLogic teams in Bloomington, MN, Rochester, NY, Milwaukee, WI, and Rancho Cordova, CA, hosted activities to benefit Toys for Tots in their communities, including fundraisers and hosted collection boxes for employee contributions.
“Our global team features some of the most considerate and giving individuals I have had the privilege to work with. I am very proud and grateful for our employees’ amazing generosity this year,” says CoreLogic President and CEO Frank Martell. “From disaster relief to education, giving and community support, our global team has opened their hearts at record levels.”
These are only a few examples of the incredible volunteer work contributed by our employees. This generosity exemplifies the engagement that employees of CoreLogic practice every day.