Toronto, Canada, December 14, 2015 – Mortgage Company of Canada, Inc. (MCC) (www.www.mcoci.com), a mortgage investment corporation that offers high yielding mortgages secured primarily by residential real estate located in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), is pleased to announce that it has donated 100 brand new winter coats to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Toronto.
On Thursday, December 3, 2015, as part of its annual “Stay Warm” initiative, the staff at MCC donated 100 winter coats to the head office of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Toronto. These coats will be distributed to underprivileged youth across the city. For more than 100 years, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada has been providing young people, from coast to coast, a safe, supportive place where they can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationship, and develop confidence and skills for life. (Source: “Who We Are,” Boys and Girls Club of Canada, last accessed December 8, 2015; https://www.bgccan.com/en/AboutUs/Pages/Who-We-Are.aspx.)
“The Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada is an outstanding organization that concentrates on ensuring every child feels loved, wanted, and special,” says Raj Babber, president and CEO of Mortgage Company of Canada. “Our ‘Stay Warm’ initiative is a great way for our staff to get involved in the community and help an organization like the Boys and Girls Clubs that needs donations at this time of year.”
Babber explains that the Boys and Girls Clubs is an important organization to MCC as it believes that helping youth discover, develop, and achieve their best potential is essential. It also believes that every youth in this country deserves to have equal opportunities despite their class, gender, or race. The Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Toronto is made up of eight clubs, has 77 satellite locations, and serves 35 communities in the GTA. (Source: “About Us,” Boys and Girls Club of Greater Toronto, last accessed December 8, 2015; http://www.bgcgt.com/about-us.)
“The employees of MCC are conscious of the effects that growing up in an underprivileged environment can have on a child. A winter coat not only provides protection against the harsh Toronto winters, but it can also provide a sense of security,” states Babber. “MCC’s goal through this ‘Stay Warm’ initiative is to give hope to Canada’s youth and to set an example that, as a society, we should be mindful of those who are not as fortunate.”
Mortgage Company of Canada Inc. (MCC) is a mortgage investment corporation whose objective is to provide investors with an attractive risk-adjusted return by primarily investing in first and second residential mortgages on single family low-rise homes in the GTA. MCC’s experienced management team employs a focused lending strategy and follows rigorous underwriting analysis. To learn more about MCC, visit the company’s web site at www.www.mcoci.com.