Wilde Wealth Management Group Donates Affirmation Cards, Bravery Bracelet Kits For Free Arts for Abused Children
(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – September 16, 2021) – Wilde Wealth Management Group, an award-winning financial services firm that provides comprehensive retirement, investment, real estate, insurance, legal and tax planning services all under one roof, was proud to come together to support Free Arts for Abused Children in recent weeks, crafting both affirmation cards and making bravery bracelet kits for nearly 60 local youth participants in the organization’s various programs. The volunteer project, which also included a fundraising effort for items on the children’s wish lists, is only the most recent in the firm’s many Wilde for Arizona community outreach efforts.
“Each quarter, in addition to our team’s participation on individual nonprofit boards and other fundraising activities, we choose a local nonprofit organization that will allow us to volunteer time together on a single day so that we may affect positive change as a team,” says Trevor Wilde, co-founder and chief executive officer of Wilde Wealth Management Group.
According to Wilde, from sponsoring local sports teams to organizing fundraising events for nonprofits in need to simply donating to causes near and dear to their hearts, Wilde Wealth Management is making a difference in the lives of people across Arizona in every way it can through Wilde for Arizona, its community relations arm. In addition to this project, Wilde recently engaged its offices statewide in a volunteer effort for the Southwest Human Development Reading Buddies program as well as a project for the City of Scottsdale Brown Bag program, which helps seniors in need. Wilde notably also partnered with Arizona Tuition Connection (ATC) on the development of a scholarship fund that will help low-income students to attend Notre Dame Preparatory Academy this school year. They are also active in their support for Toys for Tots, Junior Achievement of Arizona, Sunshine Acres and many more.
To learn more about how to support Free Arts for Abused Children, visit www.freeartsaz.org.