LoanLogics Cares...

Corporate Social Responsibility

LoanLogics' success as a technology provider to the mortgage industry has been very rewarding and we recognize our success is driven by the efforts and creative thinking of the employees that work here. We also acknowledge that our employees and clients are supported by the communities they live in and the organizations that have touched their lives. That is why we have become involved in a variety of corporate social responsibility initiatives that we are very proud to champion.

  • Hope Gala Corporate Responsibility

    LoanLogics Steps Up to Help
    American Cancer Society Carry on its Mission

    Friday, September 11th, 2020 Virtual Event

    The American Cancer Society’s mission is to save lives and lead the fight for a world without cancer. But for the first time in its 107-year history, the organization is facing a serious financial shortfall since the current health crisis has impacted its fundraising efforts.

    LoanLogics helped to minimize the impact through its sponsorship of Hope Gala 2020 – The Sound of Hope on September 11th. The livestreamed virtual event included wine tasting and a live musical performance, raising over $150,000 to support the mission of the American Cancer Society!

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  • Hope Gala Corporate Responsibility

    To Ending Cancer, LoanLogics and the 8th annual
    Hope Gala said Game On!

    Friday, April 12th, 2019 at The Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ

    The Annual Hope Gala is one of the American Cancer Society's most distinguished galas in South Jersey, and LoanLogics was once again proud to be an event sponsor. This year's theme was "The Faces of Philly Sports" and we had many local sports celebs in attendance, including Vince Papale, former Philadelphia Eagles player, the inspiration behind the Disney movie "Invincible," and a cancer survivor himself, as our Master of Ceremonies. Philadelphia Eagles, Sixers, Flyers and various area college legends were also in attendance. The mission of the 2019 gala was access to care, supporting programs and services that help cancer patients travel to and from their treatment. Honored at the event was Stan Middleman, CEO of Freedom Mortgage, among other corporate and individual honorees who have made important contributions to the cause.

  • GETT Expo

    GETT Expo

    March 23, 2019

    For the 5th consecutive year, LoanLogics took part in the Girls Exploring Tomorrow's Technology (GETT) Expo held in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 40 miles east of the LoanLogics headquarters.

    This annual daylong event is for girls grades 5-10 and their parents to learn about career opportunities in a broad scope of Science, Technology, Engineering Art and Mathematics (STEM) related industries.

    This year’s event drew over 1000 girls from six neighboring counties. In addition to serving on the GETT board and participating in the Expo Hall, LoanLogics EVP of Service and Delivery, Leah Fox, delivered the closing ceremony remarks.

  • BikeMS Photo 2018

    Thea's Star of Hope 2018

    October 20, 2018

    LoanLogics is a proud sponsor of Thea's Star of Hope 2018 Reach for the Stars Masquerade Ball held on October 20, 2018. This event raised funds in support of pediatric brain tumor research. This year, Brian Fitzpatrick, CEO Loanlogics, was honored for his outstanding support of childhood cancer research.

  • BikeMS Photo 2018

    Bike MS: City to Shore Ride 2018

    Saturday, September 29th

    On September 29, 2018 the LoanLogics Lead Out for MS team participated in the 2018 Bike MS City to Shore ride. This is the third year of participation, with 20 riders dispersed across the 100 mile, 75 mile, 45 mile and 25 mile ride routes. The team's efforts raised $22,075, 110% of goal and a 23% increase over the 2017 ride. In addition, both the LoanLogics team (36th team out of 620) and Brian Fitzpatrick (53 out of 5,911 cyclists) received Diamond Club recognition for their fund raising efforts. The LoanLogics team also won Most Spirited Team Award. Congratulations to the team!

  • The 2018 American Cancer Society's Annual
    Hope Gala

    Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at The Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ

    The 2018 American Cancer Society's Annual Hope Gala was again sponsored by LoanLogics and CEO Brian Fitzpatrick was a co-chair. The event's focus was on children's cancer and funding research to find new answers that will help every child and family affected by cancer. Honored at the event was Terri Merlino, Chief Credit Risk Officer, Freddie Mac, who is a member of the Hope Gala Executive Committee and a founding chair.

  • AstraZeneca Hope Lodge of the
    American Cancer Society

    March 8, 2018

    On 3/8/18, LoanLogics returned to the AstraZeneca Hope Lodge of the American Cancer Society for a second year where our team members prepare, cook and serve dinner for patients and caregivers.

  • GETT Expo

    March 17, 2017

    Ashley Fraschilla, Aileen Leven and Shannon Redican represented LoanLogics at the 2017 Girls Exploring Tomorrow's Technology (GETT) Expo.

    This annual daylong event is for girls grades 5-10 and their parents to learn about career opportunities in a broad scope of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related industries.

    The event was held on March 17, 2017, at Phoenixville Area Middle School, PA.

  • "LoanLogics Lead Out for MS" was 23 riders strong and
    beat our fundraising goal by raising $17,950!

    September 23, 2017

    On September 23rd, 23 riders on the LoanLogics Lead Out for MS team participated in the 2017 BikeMS City to Shore ride. Our team increased our size by over 50% and raised $17,950 for MS (a 78% increase over 2016). The determination of our team and the generosity of family, friends and donors far exceeded our expectations. A special thanks to the riders and the volunteers.

    Visit our BikeMS team page at:

It all adds up...

In addition to the programs listed above, the LoanLogics Cares program provides assistance throughout the year for various local and regional food and clothing drives. We also support local community events and recruit interns from colleges throughout the Philadelphia area to promote technology careers in the region.