In The Community
In The Community

It's the Long Island community that has enabled us to establish a business and flourish over the past several years, and we believe that giving back to it through community service organizations are an important part of our involvement with our neighbors.

If you are interested in having Academy Mortgage Corp. join or partake in a Long Island community initiative, please send a detailed email to:

Click on the links below for further information.

  • Team Why We Ride

    We are a proud supporter and contributor of Team Why We Ride. They participate each year in the YSC's (Young Survival Coalition) Tour de Pink that raises funds and awareness for women afflicted with breast cancer.

    For more information and how you can assist, go to:

  • The Hagedorn Little Village School

    Sponsoring the Hagedorn Little Village School is something we are very proud of, as it is not only a wonderful organization, but also a place where children with special needs can thrive. We have donated funds for toys, wheelchairs, school supplies, and a variety of other necessities, to help these children excel in life.

    On January 24, 2014 we took another step in our relationship by hosting "Betting For A Brighter Future: Casino Night" at the Woodbury Country Club. The real estate community came out in full force that night helping to raise over $50,000 for the school.

    For more information and how you can assist, go to:

  • New York Islanders Children's Foundation

    We have worked with the New York Islanders and the Islanders Children's Foundation for the past several years, as we too are dedicated to supporting Long Island-based, non-profit organizations to provide opportunities for children.

    The foundation connects with children's charities that focus on the areas of health, education and youth hockey development. Donations are raised for the Foundation through the tireless efforts of Islanders players, management and employees, along with the support of loyal sponsors and fans. Since its inception in 2003, the Islanders Children's Foundation has raised more than $8 million!

    For more information and how you can assist, go to:

  • Farmingdale Baseball

    Academy is proud to sponsor teams of all ages and skill levels in Farmingdale's Little League Baseball Program. We've been supplying hats, uniforms, equipment, and lots of cheers, since 2005.

    For more information and how you can assist, go to:

  • Our Lady of Lourdes Church/School in Malverne

    A Catholic church with a rich history stretching over 80 years, Our Lady of Lourdes Church has provided guidance and education to many of our family members and friends. In return for their kindness, Academy helps out with toy drives, father daughter dances and more.

    For more information and how you can assist, go to:

  • Litter Removal Program

    For years now, we have been donating funds to help preserve Long Island's Parkways (the Southern, Northern and Meadowbrook). We have a lot of pride in our community, and we're dedicated to preserving its beauty for future generations.

  • Farmingdale Student Folders

    We want every student to have the supplies they need to do their best. That is why we provide folders to students in Farmingdale. The folders help the kids stay organized, which makes the parents' lives easier.

  • Member of Better Business Bureau

    We have been a member of the Better Business Bureau since 2008. We have an A+ rating, and have not received a single complaint! We are proud of our status and look forward to many more years of serving the Long Island community with distinction.

  • Member of Mortgage Bankers Association

    The Mortgage Bankers Association is one of the best established and most trusted organizations in the real estate finance industry. We have been a proud member since 2001.

  • Walk Now for Autism Speaks

    Academy Mortgage Corp. is proud to support and sponsor our employees as they participate in Walk Now for Autism Speaks. Their goal is to make a brighter future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders by raising money for autism research and heightening public awareness.

    For more information and how you can assist, go to: