Lending a hand,
however we can.
Causes we care about
Along with making the financial lives of our clients better, we're improving our community, too. Through financial support, volunteerism and collaboration with partners, we're helping to build a stronger community.
"The Woodlands signature programs, expert staff and adapted facilities are all designed around our mission to enrich the quality of life for individuals and families navigating the journey of disability and chronic illness. We also collaborate with other nonprofits serving individuals with special needs to deepen our offerings and expand resources available to participants and caregivers"Visit partner website Visit partner website
Stop the Violence Pittsburgh
"In 2013, in response to the senseless violence and murders inside Allegheny County and the tragic murder of a family member, Stop the Violence-Pittsburgh (STV-Pittsburgh) was established as a community network partner that supports non-profit groups and other agencies who offer viable, reputable and well thought-of experiences and options to children, youth and young adults in their development towards adulthood."Visit partner website Visit partner website
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation for Childhood Cancer (ALSF)
ALSF funds cancer research, raises awareness, and supports the families of children with cancer. Since 2012, Northwestern Mutual, its employees, and financial professionals like me have donated more than $20 million to support ALSF and fund over 400,000 research hours.Visit partner website Visit partner website
Butler County Alzheimer's Walk
"Held annually in more than 600 communities nationwide, the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's® is the world's largest fundraiser for Alzheimer's care, support and research. This inspiring event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease." The Cranberry Office will be walking to end Alzheimer's on September 17th, in Butler County.Visit partner website Visit partner website
Making a differenceis rewarding
Community Service Award
Kevin Bode, a Financial Advisor, received an award and grant for $25,000 for his volunteer work in the Pittsburgh Area. Kevin and wife, Mary, own Knead Community Cafe which helps to provide meals to the community.