Giving back to our community

At Flader & Young Wealth Consulting Group, we are dedicated to giving back to the community in which we live and work through philanthropy, volunteerism and responsible stewardship. We are very proud to actively support the causes we are passionate about. We invite you to explore the information below to learn more about our community involvement.

The J Golf Tournament

www.mpjcc.org 

Chris Young and Luke Waldier joined by local business partners at the 2021 J Golf Tournament. Our team's sponsorship proceeds with the J went towards scholarships, programs and services for the families at the community center. Our mission aligns with the community center in that we set out to build connections that enriches physical, mental and spiritual growth. 

Arcadia Camelback Mountain Neighborhood Association

www.acmna.org

Brian is a member of and dedicates much of his time to the Arcadia Camelback Mountain Neighborhood Association. Since its founding in 1987, the purpose of the Association has been to preserve the appealing ambiance and qualities that make our neighborhoods such an enviable place in which to live.

Here Brian is pictured at the Arcadia Auto-Rama alongside 2021 Best in Show winner, Jack Nock, with his beautiful 1932 Roadster. Jack’s yellow roadster also won three years prior. 

2020 client appreciation donations to our community

Save the Family equips families to address poverty, overcome homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency.  They provide housing, focus on children and change lives.

Gesher Disability Resources serves children and adults affected by a disability through inclusion assistance in the classroom, resource referral, residential support and social groups.  Founded in 1985 as the Council for Jews With Special Needs, more than 3,000 community members benefit from the agency’s events and services each year. Gesher supports individuals with special needs and their families in the Jewish community to lead fuller lives. 

Kitchen on the Street partners with Title 1 schools to provide weekend nutrition to food insecure children and has been providing service to the community since 2007.  On average, reading skills increase by 12% and math scores improve by 26%; D performing schools have become B+ performing schools as a result of weekend nutrition.  It costs just $3.50 to feed a child for a weekend or $133 to feed a child for an entire year!