Through our valued partnerships with clients just like you, we’re fortunate enough to have a platform to give back to those around us. Whether it’s through sharing financial knowledge and insight at educational events or supporting various nonprofits and initiatives we’re passionate about, we’re steadfastly committed to community, one of our firm’s foundational pillars.
How we’ve helped
Annual Toy Drive
Every holiday season, our team members fill up shopping carts with goodies to fulfill wish lists filled out by local kids. Our clients also go above and beyond with their donations to our annual toy drive, which supports Mahoning County Children Services. Your collective generosity helps ensure hundreds of kids will wake up excited with gifts under their trees.
Stuff the Stockings
What’s Christmas morning without a stocking stuffed to the brim? Our team members and clients work together in a factory-style assembly line to fill over a hundred stockings that are delivered to the folks at Mahoning County Children Services. (Santa sends his thanks!)
Annual Food Drive
No one should go to bed on an empty stomach. Our food drive, held every summer and supporting Second Harvest Food Bank of Mahoning Valley, reflects that aim. In the four years since its inception, this initiative has raised nearly 2,000 pounds of food along with $2,340, which amounts to around 14,000 meals for those who need them most.
Succulents for Seniors
It’s important to ensure our elders don’t feel forgotten. Succulents for Seniors, one of our newest initiatives, offers clients and team members an opportunity to paint and write inspirational quotes on flowerpots that house succulents. These care packages are then hand-delivered by our staff to residents at the Windsor Nursing Home at Omni Manor.
Pinwheel Planting for National Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse & Neglect Prevention Month, and our team recognizes this each year by closing our offices for a few hours so we can plant pinwheels at Boardman Park. Everyone here participates in helping us raise awareness for this important issue, with over 800 pinwheels planted in the first year of this effort.
Teaching Financial Literacy to Area High Schoolers
It’s never too early to start leveling up your financial knowledge. Our team leverages its expertise to help area teens improve their financial literacy, including at a recent speaking engagement at Boardman High School. Budgeting tips, best money saving practices and the importance of compound interest were among the topics our staffers had the pleasure of covering at this event held at their high school alma mater.
Want in on the fun?
We’re proud to offer clients opportunities to give back with us. For more information on how you can lend a helping hand, call 330.702.3556 or send an email to email@example.com.