United Way’s Global and Local Reach

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David Gomez, principal at Priority Mortgage Group, works to offer high-quality mortgage loan products to a diverse group of customers in the Southern California area. The San Dimas-based company, doing business as Priority Financial Group, has received recognitions from industry peers such as WMC Mortgage Corporation and Option One Mortgage Corporation for its production rates, as well as for its superior ratings by satisfied customers. David Gomez and Priority Mortgage Group also support nonprofit social service organizations, such as the United Way.

The United Way, a global nonprofit with a local presence in thousands of individual communities, strives to promote the development of safe, healthy, and well-educated individuals, families, and neighborhoods. Its work encompasses projects such as job training in Ohio, school-building in the Philippines, and public health in Uganda. Each project is designed to deliver maximum impact and to solve real and urgent problems.

Among the United Way’s recent efforts is Born Learning, which offers parents support for fostering school and reading readiness in their children, and the 2-1-1 health and social services hotline, available free-of-charge from any communications device.

In the Los Angeles area, the United Way works to lift vulnerable communities up economically through its Creating Pathways Out of Poverty program. This far-reaching effort is the result of an effective public-private-nonprofit partnership. And among its other notable projects, the L.A. chapter works with homeless veterans to help provide financial stability and access to permanent housing.

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