Foundation Financial Group donation helps veterans learn basic computer skills

Foundation Financial Group donates computers to Dallas, GA. non-profit to prepare veterans for future employment.
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Atlanta, GA ( September 28, 2010 - Foundation Financial Group, a mortgage lender licensed in 30 states, donated 20 computers to Greenleaf Economic Development, a non-profit organization that provides veterans with medical care, training and job placement.

Based in Dallas, Ga., Greenleaf Economic Development teaches clients basic computer skills to better prepare them for future employment opportunities. Foundation Financial Group's contribution will be put toward teaching Greenleaf clients computer literacy.

"These computers were in fine working order, so instead of retiring them to a landfill, we wanted to support Greenleaf's cause and supply more tools for computer training," said Mark W. Boyer, Foundation Financial Group Senior Vice President.

Established in 1998, Foundation Financial Group is a full-service, residential mortgage lender licensed in 30 states. Foundation Financial Group is currently hiring at its five major centers across America including Atlanta; Charlotte, N.C.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Raleigh, N.C.; and Savannah, Ga. Foundation Financial Group is one of the nation's fastest growing lenders, funding more than $2 billion in loans since 2004. Foundation Financial Group enjoys an industry-leading Federal Housing Administration compare ratio and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, the highest accreditation the BBB gives. For more information, call 866-334-1001 or go to


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