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#GoodDeeds: Investors Title Feeds the Need, While Futura Title Gives Back

Investors titleNorth Carolina-based Investors Title Insurance Co. raised more than $26,000 through its FEED the NEED food drive to support food banks in North Carolina and South Carolina, while Idaho-based Futura Title and Escrow donated $67,400 to various local charities.

Feed the Need

Over the past two months, North Carolina-based Investors Title Insurance Co. has partnered with Feeding the Carolinas to promote the Investors Title FEED the NEED COVID-19 Food Fund drive.

“We are extremely grateful to our employees, clients and friends for their overwhelming generosity,” said Lee Ann Brown, assistant vice president and corporate marketing and communications for Investors Title.

All told, Investors Title raised more than $26,000 in support of 10 North Carolina and South Carolina food banks. In addition, Investors Title donated 5,000 N95 face masks to the critical care teams at the UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill.

FuturaGiving Back

With COVID-19 bringing uncertain times for many, Idaho-based Futura Title and Escrow, made sizeable donations to various local charities in the communities. Futura Title’s brands—which include Alliance Title & Escrow Corp., AmeriTitle Inc., Kittitas Title and Escrow, and Pacific Alliance Title—donated $67,400 (equivalent to $100 per company employee) to various charities across the Pacific Northwest. 

Alliance Title and Escrow Corp., AmeriTitle Inc., Kittitas Title and Escrow, and Pacific Alliance Title donated to the charities that were close to their hearts and who continuously aid in their communities. Some of the charities included the Ronald McDonald House, the Veteran’s Hospital, the Idaho Foodbank, the Boys and Girls Club, Meals on Wheels and Habitat for Humanity.

Futura Title and Escrow Corp. strives to continuously aid in the communities it operates in. The company said it is “greatly inspired by all of the wonderful and generous community members who have stepped up and helped others during this difficult time—and we want to encourage the same.”


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