New York State Land Title Association Kicks Off 100TH Anniversary Celebration

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) today kicked off its 100th-anniversary celebration with the “Feeding Our Neighbors” fundraiser—a statewide virtual food drive. NYSLTA members will be donating to Feeding America Foodbanks from Harlem to the Hamptons.

Over the next year, NYSLTA will be celebrating its 100th anniversary with commemorative events, including a series of interviews with past association presidents to provide testimony to what NYSTLA has done for the title industry.

“NYSLTA and its Charitable Works Committee are proud to be hosting this virtual food drive in honor of our 100th anniversary, as we continue to use our resources to aid communities across the state,” said Kathy Roper, Chair of the NYSLTA Charitable Works Committee. “Food insecurity is at an all-time high, and NYSTLA is pleased to work with the Feeding America network of food banks to help combat this scourge that effects families throughout New York.”

“We are incredibly excited to kick off our year-long celebration of NYSLTA’s 100th Anniversary with the Feeding Our Neighbors fundraiser to help combat food insecurity,” said Bob Treuber, Executive Vice-President, NYSLTA. “Over the course of the next year, we will be celebrating the Association’s 100th anniversary and are looking forward to hosting a number of commemorative events.”

NYSLTA members will be making donations to Feeding America Foodbanks across New York at the following locations:

In honor of NYSLTA’s 100th anniversary, the Association will also be featuring a new commemorative logo.

Learn more about NYSLTA’s 100th anniversary here.

The New York State Land Title Association (NYSLTA) advances the common interests of all those engaged in the business of abstracting, examining, and insuring titles, as well as otherwise facilitating real estate transactions and interest.

The Association promotes the business and general welfare of its Members, real estate professionals, homeowners, and all who use and benefit from the services of the land title profession.

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