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CoreLogic of Orange County celebrates Operation HOPE

For the 20th anniversary of Operation HOPE, CoreLogic celebrates a successful partnership.

by Mackenna WaterhousePublished: May 22, 2012 08:15 AM

CoreLogic, an Orange County-based provider of financial, property and consumer data, has teamed up with Operation HOPE to celebrate the Los Angeles-based financial literacy nonprofit’s 20th anniversary and to recognize the long-standing partnership between the two companies.

For the last 20 years, Operation HOPE has provided educational and support services to increase financial understanding and empowerment in low-income communities. Services include classroom education for youth, a mortgage crisis hotline and financial advisers.

"CoreLogic is proud to be affiliated with Operation HOPE and the lasting impact it has made on so many communities during the last 20 years,” said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “We look forward to the opportunity to support Operation HOPE in delivering its mission for many years to come."

CoreLogic’s partnership with Operation HOPE has included a sponsorship of the first Virtual Hope Call Center in New Orleans in 2006, which served approximately 150,000 people affected by Hurricane Katrina to get earned income tax credits. CoreLogic also helped create the Mortgage Hope Crisis Hotline, a 24-hour foreclosure prevention hotline housed in CoreLogic offices.

"CoreLogic has been one of our most committed supporters through the years with volunteer, financial and in-kind donations,” said John Hope Bryant, founder, chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE. “We appreciate their commitment and are excited by the prospects of deepening our partnership, as we continue our work with Anand Nallathambi and CoreLogic to bring financial dignity and empowerment to underserved communities."

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