Giving back to our communities is a priority and privilege as we seek to bring meaning and joy to the lives of others. As individuals and as a company, we invest our time, expertise and funds to bring more possibilities within reach — helping to find a cure for disease, ending homelessness and hunger, funding initiatives that promote a more just world. We support our employees giving back to our communities by providing them with time off to volunteer and bolstering their own charitable donations.
We continue to build an expansive charitable impact among principals and employees through pledged giving and through our Colony Cares Charitable Fund.
Additionally, our leadership and advisors have proudly served significant roles on charitable boards across the country, such as the National Brain Tumor Society, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and The Boomer Esiason Foundation.
Jim Fitts, CFP® works as a Senior Family Wealth Advisor and Managing Director, Business Owner Services, from our Concord office.
The Colony Group employees volunteer their time and skills to support Junior Achievement in its mission to enhance financial literacy among young people. Our employees will be in classrooms throughout their communities where we operate, teaching financial concepts to the next generation. Together with Junior Achievement, The Colony Group is leveraging the skills, experiences, and enthusiasm of its employees to make a positive contribution to students. We are proud to partner with Junior Achievement, one of the most impactful youth-serving organizations in America.
“We’ll find a cure faster with the help of the nonprofit community,” says Michael Nathanson regarding the devastating effects that nonprofits and grassroots organizations are feeling due to the pandemic.
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