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Two dogs are looking for a purpose, and two veterans are in need of assistance.
CAMDEN, NJ, February 19, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Two dogs are looking for a purpose, and two veterans are in need of assistance. AnnieMac Home Mortgage is holding a charity golf tournament to bring them together by supporting Freedom Service Dogs of America.
AnnieMac's goal is to raise a minimum of $60,000 for the custom training of two service dogs. The company is working with Freedom Service Dogs of America, a Colorado-based nonprofit that provides custom-trained service dogs free of charge to people in need.
The training for each dog takes seven to 10 months and costs approximately $30,000. Dogs that are not suitable candidates for service dog work are placed in loving homes through the organization's adoption program.
Last year, through its "Healing Heroes" program, AnnieMac funded the training of a dog that was subsequently provided to a veteran dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This year, the company hopes to fund the training of two such dogs for the sake of the brave men and women who have served our country.
If you would like to cover the event, or to learn more about Freedom Service Dogs of America and AnnieMac's involvement in the program, please visit www.fetchtheballcharity.com
Headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, AnnieMac Home Mortgage, a d/b/a of American Neighborhood Mortgage Acceptance Company, LLC, is a nationwide mortgage lender with approximately 600 employees and 35 branches across the United States. As a direct seller and servicer through Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae, AnnieMac Home Mortgage conducts business through retail, wholesale and correspondent channels -- funding over $2 billion in quality loan products a year. Since all our processing and underwriting is completed in-house and managed through various regional operation centers, consumers and partners can not only expect a quick and efficient process but exceptional customer service.
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