First Heritage Mortgage Services commits to continual support of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer
Company extends holiday generosity to nonprofit organization for Pediatric Cancer research
PHILADELPHIA, PA (December 23, 2020) — First Heritage Mortgage Services (First Heritage) donated $5,000 the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer program run by Christine’s Hope for Kids. First Heritage is annually committed to raising money for the nonprofit organization dedicated to funding Pediatric Cancer research.
Throughout 2020, First Heritage held several fundraisers for Cookies for Kids’ Cancer including bake sales, clothing drives, and employee raffles. First Heritage has supported the Cookies for Kids’ Cancer program for a number of years. The program’s mission is to fund Pediatric Cancer research through cookie sales during the holiday season.
“Pediatric Cancer is the number one disease killer of children in the U.S. Two-thirds of children who do survive will develop long-term side effects, including secondary cancers and organ failure,” stated John Giordano, President and CEO of First Heritage. “Therefore, it is critical we find safer, more effective treatments, and is why First Heritage is joining the fight.”
For more information about First Heritage Mortgage Services, visit https://www.firstheritage.org/.
First Heritage presents Christine’s Hope for Kids with a $5,000 donation for its Cookies for Kids’ Cancer program.
About First Heritage Mortgage Services
First Heritage Mortgage Services, LLC is a credit union-owned company that offers seamless first mortgage solutions for credit unions and financial institutions nationwide. First Heritage supports and services more than 100 partner credit unions with combined assets of more than $10 billion. Founded in 1984, First Heritage’s owners include American Heritage Credit Union, Service 1st Federal Credit Union, Erie Federal Credit Union, People First Federal Credit Union, Sun East Federal Credit Union, and Lebanon Federal Credit Union. For more information about First Heritage Mortgage Services, visit www.firstheritage.org/.