Bayview Asset Management 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. Each Give Day hosted by Bayview provides employees with the opportunity to help enhance the educational environment for students in our community. Bayview Foundation has given back by painting a school’s courtyard and teaching children important financial literacy lessons.
In 2015, Bayview hosted Give Day, focusing on making school a more beautiful place for kids to learn. This Give Day helped enhance the educational environment for some of our Dreamers, as well as all students and employees at William H. Turner Technical Arts High School. We were given the opportunity to revamp their learning environment by freshly painting the school’s courtyard and planting gorgeous foliage.
Junior Achievement Day
In 2016, Bayview Foundation partnered with Junior Achievement of Greater Miami to host two Junior Achievement (JA) Days at local schools. Bayview employees volunteered to teach students for four hours during JA Day. Each volunteer presented a series of five fun, hands-on activities to a classroom of kids. Each activity was engaging and designed to excite students about money management and the world of business. Junior Achievement provided Bayview employees with all the necessary training, lesson plans, and materials to make the day a success.
Bayview Dreamers Give Back
Many of our Dreamers worked with the organization Feeding South Florida. They spent the day packing boxes of food with dried and canned goods such as crackers, rice, cereal, canned vegetables, powdered milk, and cookies. They worked hard to sort through more than 13,000 pounds of food that was later donated to help feed more than 11,000 people.
Bayview partnered with Breakthrough Miami to mentor 20 Breakthrough Scholars during Career Day. Bayview was able to provide a more personalized experience for each child by pairing them with employees who have diverse backgrounds, have overcome barriers, and are open to sharing their story. These bright and motivated middle school scholars spent nearly two hours job shadowing, spending time with and learning from their mentor to get a glimpse of their day-to-day work.