The goal of the NTLA is to partner with housing organizations who have similar missions of keeping homeowners in their homes. NTLA members and conference attendees donate not only monetary funds, but their time and efforts to physically rebuilding and repair homes of those in desperate need. Habitat for Humanity, National Coalition for the Homeless and Rebuilding Together are a few that the NTLA has recently partnered with.
(100% of all donations do to these organizations)
2015 - Rebuilding Together NYC
(Kiah Hochstetler of SDA, Doug Gale of Terra Echelon, Brad Westover of NTLA, Robert Keyser of Taylor & Keyser, Try Gulledge of Tax Ease, Mike Fassnacht of Finch Investment Group, Kyle Carroll of Terra Echelon)
The NTLA Board of Directors & 2015 Fall Symposium attendees were up early morning volunteering for local charity, Rebuilding Together NYC - who's mission is to transform the lives of low-income homeowners by improving the safety and health of their homes and revitalizing their communities. For more information about Rebuilding Together NYC, please visit www.rebuildingtogethernyc.org
2014 - Habitat for Humanity
(NTLA Executive Director Brad Westover with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami CEO Mario Artecona, Director of Development Maureen Ruggerio, NTLA Treasurer Gary Branse)
The NTLA partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami in February of 2014. The organization has been dedicated since 1989 to helping change lives in Miami-Dade County. This fundraiser was first introduced at the 2014 NTLA Annual Conference, where attendees donated over $4,000. All new donations will go towards the future of Miami-Dade County Florida and its citizens. For more information about Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami, please visit www.miamihabitat.org
2013 - National Coalition for the Homeless
(National Coalition for the Homeless with NTLA Executive Director Brad Westover, NTLA 2013 President Doug Gale)
The NTLA was pleased of it's selection of the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH), as its fundraising charity of choice during 2013 annual conference in Miami Beach, Fl and even more excited to announce that over $20,000 was matched and raised by NTLA members.
As part of the fundraising, Mr. Douglas Gale, President of the NTLA, and Mr. Brad Westover, Executive Director of the NTLA, completed the NCH’s Homeless Challenge Project by experiencing homelessness for 48 hours in Washington, D.C. . For more information about National Coalition for the Homeless, please visit www.nationalhomeless.org