HOUSTON (May 7, 2013) – Stewart Title Company announced today they are teaming up with Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington to help grant wishes to local Kitsap County children living with life-threatening medical conditions. Stewart has more than 120 years of giving back to the local communities they serve.
"We greatly admire the Make a Wish Foundation and everything they have done for ailing children over the years," says Kris Weidenbach, president, Stewart Title – Kitsap Division. “It is an honor to have the opportunity to be involved with their continued efforts.”
Thursday, May 8, Stewart is hosting a day of bowling at All Star Lanes at 10710 Silverdale Way Northwest, Silverdale, WA 98383, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Family and friends are all encouraged to participate.
Donations can be made online at Stewart’s Wish donation page at http://www.stewart.com/kitsap/wish.
Stewart Title Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Stewart Information Services Corp. (NYSE-STC), a customer-focused, global title insurance and real estate services company offering products and services through our direct operations, network of approved agencies and other companies within the Stewart family. Stewart provides these services to homebuyers and sellers; residential and commercial real estate professionals; mortgage lenders and servicers; title agencies and real estate attorneys; home builders; and United States and county governments. Stewart also provides loan origination and servicing support; loan review services; loss mitigation; REO asset management; due diligence for capital markets; home and personal insurance services; tax-deferred exchanges; and technology to streamline the real estate process. Offering personalized service, industry expertise and customized solutions for virtually any type of real estate transaction, Stewart is the preferred real estate services provider. More information can be found at http://www.stewart.com/news, subscribe to the Stewart blog at http://blog.stewart.com or follow Stewart on Twitter @stewarttitleco.