The American Land Title Association (ALTA) Good Deeds Foundation, the registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded by ALTA, the national trade association of the land title insurance industry, announced it has awarded $6,000 to Caring Cupboard LLC in Pasadena. Caring Cupboard was nominated by Security Title Guarantee Corporation of Baltimore to receive the funding because of the organization’s efforts to help eliminate food insecurity. Caring Cupboard is one of 21 nonprofit organizations across the U.S. that received a grant this month from the ALTA Good Deeds Foundation.
“Our members are, and always have been, extremely involved members within their communities,” said ALTA CEO Diane Tomb. “Title insurance professionals have not only worked to protect their customers during the pandemic, but they have also dedicated their time and efforts to ensuring their communities are strengthened through charitable acts like donations of PPE, food and other services. Grants from the ALTA Good Deeds Foundation will amplify the tremendous giving and service that our members and these organizations provide around the country.”
The launch of the ALTA Good Deeds Foundation has been met with tremendous support and involvement from our members,” said Foundation Board Chair Mary O’Donnell, president and CEO of Westcor Land Title Insurance Company. “The title insurance industry has always been an integral part of their communities and we are proud and excited to support and build upon their efforts.”
Susan Coakley, vice president of Caring Cupboard, said her team is honored to receive the grant.
“Our organization is working hard to eliminate food insecurity, and this grant will make a significant impact on our ability to continue helping thousands of families in Arundel County,” Coakley said.
The foundation is founded on the mission that “good deeds grow communities” and is structured to award grants to recognized 501(c)(3) organizations. For more information on the ALTA Good Deeds Foundation, visit www.altagooddeeds.org.