Most philosophies and religions include a strong belief in giving back to one's community and to society as a whole. Not only does the act of being charitable have the obvious benefit of helping others, but it is also one of the most therapeutic and rewarding things we can do for ourselves.
For our clients we help to uncover areas of importance and meaning in order to formulate, design and execute strategic giving strategies to help those we serve make a lasting impact on their own community and those causes most near to their hearts; both now and in the future.
FOCUS Wealth Advisors encourages generous charitable giving and active community involvement from ourselves as well as from our clients. Within our own firm we support a variety of outreach programs in line with our core beliefs and values. Below are some of the causes to which we dedicate both time and resources.
The first of its kind in Houston and the Southwest, Texas Children's Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD: including Crohn’s or Crohn disease and ulcerative colitis).
The mission of the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation is to cure Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases.
The Foundation sponsors basic and clinical research of the highest quality. It also offers a wide range of educational programs for patients and healthcare professionals, while providing supportive services to help people cope with these chronic intestinal diseases. These programs are supported solely through our donors, grants, fundraising efforts, and sponsors.
Reach Unlimited is dedicated to providing quality support services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Reach Unlimited, Inc. will create a sustainable, secure environment where people with developmental disabilities can live, learn and earn and ultimately become all they are created to be.
From the front lines of freedom to units in your backyard; Marines make legendary sacrifices. Sending their children to school shouldn’t be one of them. That’s why at the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation we’ve been Honoring Marines by Educating Their Children for more than half a century.
American Corporate Partners (ACP) is a national nonprofit organization focused on helping returning veterans and active duty spouses find their next careers through one-on-one mentoring, networking and online career advice.
More than 1 million veterans are expected to transition from the armed forces to civilian life over the next five years. ACP engages the American people in a unique volunteer opportunity to provide career guidance to returning military as they transition back into civilian life.
We believe that the biggest issue facing our returning service members is not unemployment – it’s underemployment. ACP focuses on helping veterans and active duty spouses find meaningful employment opportunities and develop long-term careers.
The 100 Club is a 32,000-member non-profit organization that began in 1953, which provides financial support to the dependents of law enforcement officers and firefighters who are killed or catastrophically injured in the line of duty from within the 32 counties surrounding Houston.
The Tribble School explores the heart of great music, theatre and dance. We exist to provide a positive and nurturing environment, where students of all ages and backgrounds can develop skills; tell meaningful stories; and connect – with self, the truth of the moment, their fellow artists, and community.
The MSC Wiley Lecture Series is a showcase featuring world-renowned speakers discussing thought-provoking topics of global significance. It is a student-led organization that augments education through the development of leadership and responsibility. The series provides Texas A&M students with opportunities to complement their classroom education by allowing them to directly interact with the men and women who influence the world.