Brad Reifler and Forefront Capital want to make sure that veterans are cared for when they get home from war, and the Easter Seals Dixon Center is taking a huge gift from Forefront Capital. The partnership between the two has a total of $3 million involved, and the total that is given to the center depends on how much Forefront can do for the center. The initial donation is $3 million, and the center will earn more money with help from Forefront.
The Forefront Capital team wanted to invest in a charity, and they want to volunteer at the center when they can. The partnership is two companies coming together to help each other, and Forefront plans to help the veterans at the center with financial services and training. Vets who want to learn how to manage their money better can get help from Forefront, and vets who want to learn how to change jobs when they are discharged from the service can work with Forefront.
Forefront is giving their initial donation to help with improvements to the center, but they want to stay committed for a long time so that the partnership has real meaning. Brad Reifler is very interested in how veterans can be assisted once they are no longer in the service, and that extends a lot to the money that they have. There are a lot of veterans on pensions, but they do not know how to manage them. Brad wants to offer services that will show vets how to invest their money, and Brad wants to help vets get into the business if they are no longer in the military.
Forefront Capital is interested in helping regular people to get the help that they need when they want to be more involved in the community, and it helps veterans be stables when they need it. Families of veterans often spend a lot of money to stay well, and the money that Forefront Capital is offering will educate veterans on how to manage their money. There is even a special fund at Forefront that is perfect for the people who only have a small amount of money to spend.
About.me makes it abundantly clear Brad Reifler believes in helping people as much as he can with the resources that he has, and he has money to give for veterans. Veterans get a lot of services when they come to the Dixon Center, and Forefront Capital will make sure that veterans are helped with their money. Some of them could end up working in finances, and others could end up using education they get from Forefront to make more money with their pensions or settlements after their military service has been completed. Follow Brad’s Twitter for further updates.