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Purpose Planning is Taking Bold Stand with Children of Fallen Heroes

February 11, 2020
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Here at Purpose Planning we feel that it is vitality important to invest in our community. We believe that we have a responsibility to our large military population and their families. When we serve them, our entire city reaps the benefits.  As such, we have made a long-term commitment to an amazing organization which has a mission that aligns very closely with our own.

Angels of America's Fallen is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help the children of America’s fallen military, law enforcement, EMS, and firefighting professionals develop into strong and successful adults. Angels does this by granting funds and/or supplies for positive developmental activities such as sports, art, or music during their most crucial developmental years (from the time of loss through age 18).  Although Angels of America's Fallen covers the costs of the children’s activities, their support is much more than just writing checks; they follow up with and encourage the children, and share in celebrating their successes throughout each year. This long term engagement is crucial for creating true lasting positive impact. 

I will be serving as the Angel Gala Title Sponsor for the next three years.  The Angel Gala is a beautiful benefit event where the children who have benefited from the organization have an opportunity to showcase their newly developed skills and passions (click here to see a video with more information)   In addition, I am also serving on their advisory board with the hope that I can use my skill set to further the mission of this incredible organization.

It was an easy decision to stand with this remarkable organization by doing what they do for these remarkable children: Make a long-term commitment.  It’s a great honor for us to remember our nations heroes and invest in the lives of their children.

The charitable entities and/or fundraising opportunities described herein are not endorsed by or affiliated with Cetera Advisors or its affiliates.  Our philanthropic interests are personal to us and are not reviewed, sponsored or approved by Cetera.