National Tax Lien Association Donates to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
MIAMI, FL. – May 13th, 2014 –National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) Executive Director Brad Westover and Treasurer Gary Branse traveled to Miami with a donation check of four thousand dollars ($4,000) to the Habitat for Humanity. The generous offering was a result of the collective donations of NTLA 2014 Annual Conference attendees, where 100% of their donation is funded directly to Habitat for Humanity for its Miami-Dade County citizens.
(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 chose Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami as the charity to receive the donation in early 2014. Since 1989, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami has helped change the lives of nearly 1000 families in Miami-Dade County. They are focused on changing their community by providing low-income families with homeownership opportunity. The NTLA felt confident that it was a deserving organization who shared aligning goals that would put the money to good use.
“We believe in investing in America’s communities through funding local government delinquent tax roles and through charitable donations.” said Brad Westover, Executive Director, National Tax Lien Association.
"I know that our friends at Habitat for Humanity are incredibly appreciative of this donation," reflects Brad. "This contribution will help them accomplish their goals, and we know that every dollar will be spent to help those in need."
For more information, please visit www.thentla.com and www.miamihabitat.org. To engage with the NTLA visit www.facebook.com/thentla, http://www.linkedin.com/company/national-tax-lien-association and http://twitter.com/the_NTLA.
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About the National Tax Lien Association
The National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) was founded in 1997 as a nonprofit professional trade organization for the tax lien industry. It is dedicated to representing the interest of investors lenders, service providers, and government officials in regards to tax lien sales, as well as promoting the benefit of those sales as reliable income for municipal, county, and some state budgets. The NTLA also provides networking and training opportunities for those in the tax lien industry. The NTLA is organized by a 13-member Board of Directors, responsible for guidance and the overall planning and direction of our mission.
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