The Green Beret Foundation recently announced that Caliber Home Loans has joined their corporate partnership program.
Caliber Home Loans has served the military community since 1988 from its headquarters in Coppell, Texas. In addition to supporting Moving With The Military, their outstanding contributions have placed them in the top 3% of candidates for the Freedom Award.
Up to 10 military families are provided with makeovers through the Freedom Award every year. Among the notable accomplishments of the Inspire Up Foundation include grants to Gold Star Families who are in need, sponsorship of various military spouse conferences and scholarship programs, title sponsorship of Warrior Boxes created for 500 at-risk wounded warriors, partnership with the UDT SEAL Association, providing scholarship programs and educational resources for SEALs and their families, as well as ongoing sponsorship of the Warrior Games.
In addition, the recently established Military Spouse Advisory Council addresses the pain points for military families and veterans. They are now included in the group of fortunate to benefit from Caliber's generosity through their commitment to the Green Beret Foundation.
"To partner with the Green Beret Foundation is a privilege, and supporting their incredible mission of assisting Green Berets and their families is an honor," said Navy Reserve Lt. Cdr. Bryan Bergjans, Caliber Senior Vice President and National Director of Military Lending. “With this partnership, we hope to add value to the valuable programming provided by GBF and stand in the gap for any needs that may arise. Education, community engagement, and doing the right thing for those who serve are priorities for us."
The Green Beret Foundation will benefit from Caliber Home Loans' partnership with the foundation, which includes support for the foundation's Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) loan education seminars. Caliber Home Loans is an essential partner for Green Beret Foundation's active duty and transitioning military members and their families. Purchasing a home is an intricate process, especially if you require a VA loan.