Caring for Our Community

Our Work and Vision

First American is a family of people who live and work in the communities we serve. For more than a century, First American has established a rich tradition of giving back to the communities in which we do business. Our philanthropy efforts are directed primarily at organizations and causes that support housing-related activities. The goal of First American is to work alongside established and trusted nonprofit organizations and other community partners striving to put sustainable homeownership within reach for all Americans.

Employee Volunteers

We believe that corporate social responsibility not only benefits our communities, but also provides our First American employees with an opportunity to come together for a common cause, resulting in a heightened sense of pride and unity.

Below are highlights from recent events featuring our employee volunteers actively caring for the communities where they live and work.

See Our Employee Volunteers In Action


Habitat for Humanity Build
Dallas, Texas :: Feb 22, 2011

First American partnered with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) to construct a Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity project.


Our volunteer team


The build at Cedar Creek Ranch community in Dallas coincided with the opening of the MBA’s National Mortgage Servicing Conference & Expo in nearby Grapevine, Texas. Employees from First American teamed up with volunteers from the MBA and its member companies.

Below, First American's Lionel Savage speaks with Mortgage Bankers Association CEO John Courson at the Habitat for Humanity build site in Dallas, Texas.



Lionel Savage at the Dallas build site discusses the building project with a representative from Habitat for Humanity.


Habitat for Humanity Build 
Lake Forest , California :: Jan. 20, 2011

Habitat for Humanity Build 
Phoenix, Arizona :: Dec. 15, 2010



Orange County Foodbank 
November 2010



Habitat for Humanity
Las Vegas Build :: October 2010

CNI Guide Dog Puppies
September 17, 2010

Guide dogs in training came to First American's Home Office for a little sunshine and socialization.


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