AHL realizes the importance of giving back to the local communities that have helped us grow. Our strong core value system guides our commitment to our neighbors and those in need. We encourage all employees to participate in local community services and charity events, stressing the importance of giving back. AHL is bigger than a mortgage provider; we are a proud supporter and dedicated patron of our local communities.
Charities we've participated in
Our Bethlehem, PA branch participates in a 5k walk, benefitting The Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley. This is a fun and exciting event that brings the community together to help local families battling childhood cancer. Everyone had a great time together, along with the many others that participated!
Some from our Dover Branch team up to participate in the KCAR (Kent County Association of Realtors) Golf Tournament. Dover was a sponsor of the tournament, which will be used towards scholarships for students in our local county.
George DeVine “guest bartender” at Cappy’s for the Rose Island Lighthouse Foundation fundraising event in Newport, Rhode Island.
Michelle Wahlmark shows her support for a local family, Adam and Brianna, in Pennsylvania by donating to their golf fundraiser during a time of need in their lives.
Shane Force (left) of Atlantic Home Loans recognizes Jackson Bassin (center) of Montville for hitting a home run, over the fence, in a fall baseball game. Shane Force serves as the President of the Montville Baseball and Softball Association.
AHL golfers from our Westport, CT office, Wendy Molloy, Paul Rossitto, Chip Winter and Cindy Perham play in the Fairfield Kiwanis Golf Tournament in Stratford, CT. Proceeds of the event benefit both Wakeman’s Boys and Girls Club and the Kiwanis Scholarship Fund.
Tim Mittl (bottom center) participates in a 3 day Special Olympics Fall Festival at Villanova, where he coaches a 5 v 5 soccer team. They played five games and took the silver medal in the tournament!
Sal Criscuolo and Harrison Schwartz in the Staten Island branch, along with friends and family delivered 10,000 lbs. of supplies, and thousands of dollars in cash and gift cards. They drove straight through (33 hours there and 31 back working on laptops all the way). The people in Texas they helped were very, very grateful. They located small pockets of neighborhoods that had not yet been helped with supplies etc. and were treated well with open arms. It was Southern hospitality at it’s best.