Bayview in the Community
Bayview Asset Management, LLC, and its family of companies including Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC, set aside time every year to focus on giving back to the community and its schools through Bayview Foundation initiatives. This provides employees with the opportunity to help enhance the educational environment for students in the community.
Bayview Foundation hosts Give Day, an opportunity for employees of the Bayview Asset Management, LLC, family of companies to give back to our community. Give Day activities have focused on enhancing the educational environments of local high school students, including painting a school’s courtyard and planting foliage in outdoor break areas.
Bayview Foundation partners with Junior Achievement of Greater Miami to host Junior Achievement (JA) Days at local schools. Bayview employees volunteer to teach students. Each volunteer presents fun, hands-on activities designed to provide students with early literacy skills for kindergarten students and financial literacy skills for older students.
Bayview Dreamers Give Back
Bayview Foundation supports several classes of high school students through the “I Have a Dream” Program who in turn give back to the local community through several activities. Dreamers mentor students at the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) School that Bayview Foundation supports. Dreamers also volunteered with the organization Feeding South Florida to spend a day packing boxes of food for people in need; the Dreamer volunteers sorted more than 13,000 pounds of food that was later donated to help feed more than 11,000 people.
Bayview Foundation partners with Breakthrough Miami, an organization devoted to ensuring availability of excellent educational opportunities for Miami-Dade students. Foundation volunteers mentored 20 Breakthrough Scholars during Career Day. We were able to provide a more personalized experience for the mentored young people by pairing them with employees who have diverse backgrounds, have overcome barriers, and are open to sharing their stories. These bright and motivated middle school scholars spent nearly two hours job shadowing, spending time with, and learning from their mentors to get a glimpse of their day-to-day work.