Westlake Financial Services assists families in need this holiday season

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Westlake Financial Services employee Louie Herrera and his son Louie are part of the team who assisted in the holiday tree distribution on Saturday, December 7. Battling the rain, employees met at 8 a.m. to deliver trees to the Adopt-a-Family recipients.Photo courtesy of Westlake Financial Services.

 

Los Angeles, CA – December 16, 2013 – Westlake Financial Services, a full spectrum auto finance company, is helping 43 families and five nonprofit organizations celebrate the holidays through their fifth annual Adopt-a-Family program. In addition to the company’s large contribution, employees have come together to hold fundraising events such as Photos with Santa, Holiday-grams, 50/50 raffles, and a variety of healthy food fundraisers. The funds will be used to provide holiday toys for children and supplies for basic needs such as blankets and food.

“Westlake Financial employees are the most generous people I know,” said David Goff, Director of Marketing. “They see a need in the community and want to give back. That is why Westlake Financial supports our employees and gives back to families in need every year. This year is the largest group of families and organizations we will be supporting since the Adopt-a-Family program began.”

In addition to the Adopt-a-Family campaign, this year Westlake Financial Services is also partnering with Toys for Tots to be a community drop-off location and encourage our employees to donate toys to children in need.

What: Community Drop Off Location for toys, food and blankets
When: Donate 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., M-F now through Fri., Dec 20
Where: Westlake Financial Services, 4751 Wilshire Blvd #100, Los Angeles, CA 90010

Wilshire Consumer Credit, 4727 Wilshire Blvd #100, Los Angeles, CA 90010

What is accepted?

  • New, unwrapped toys of all price ranges for children ages 0-16 to benefit Toys for Tots
  • Canned food, basic supplies and blankets (gently used items are accepted) will benefit; Ronald McDonald House, Harvest Home, Volunteers of America’s TIP veteran program and the Fred Jordan Mission
  • Gift cards are accepted and are used to purchase gifts, food, and blankets for the organizations

“We are excited to have the opportunity to help these families and organizations in need this year,” said Veronica Rivera, HR recruiter and the lead for Westlake’s Adopt-a-Family project. “We have had such great success as a company, and bringing our employees together for the mission of helping those in need is our way of sharing our success with the community. The hard work and effort of our employees makes us want to do good, and I’m thankful that I work for a company that values giving back to the community.”