CFG Wealth Management is actively involved in many non-profit, charitable organizations in the greater San Diego area. We understand the importance of making a difference in the community, and we take pride in being involved in every way we can. Below is a listing and information on some of the organizations CFG Wealth Management is currently involved in.
Since its inception in 1980, TERI (Training, Education, Research, & Innovation) has grown to accommodate the needs of many while remaining true to its original goal- to improve the quality of life for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. We are now embarking on our most ambitious project to date, the creation of a state of the art campus for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. TERI’s Campus of Life will offer innovative facilities and cutting edge research in an environment of community, acceptance and empowerment of the individual. We are changing the way the world sees people with autism and developmental disabilities. http://tericampusoflife.com
The California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization that provides Benefits and Scholarships to California Highway Patrol family members. Since the CHP 11-99 Foundation was incorporated in 1981, the members of the Foundation’s Board of Directors have distributed over $21 million in assistance to current, retired and Fallen in the Line of Duty CHP employees and their families. For 30 years, the important work of the Foundation has been enabled through the generosity of tens of thousands of individual donors and volunteers and by institutional grant funding.http://www.chp11-99.org
Voices for Children transforms the lives of abused children in San Diego County by providing them with volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). Voices for Children believes that every child deserves a safe and permanent home, and to that end, will provide a CASA to every child in the foster care system who needs one, monitor every court file in the system, and advocate to improve the lives of San Diego County’s foster children. https://www.speakupnow.org/
Operation Santa is an annual relief program in San Diego initiated by Alpha Phi Omega at UCSD (Rho Pi Chapter) to provide a Christmas to families in San Diego that cannot afford gifts for their children. Our goal is to make sure as many of these kids as possible can actually experience a true Christmas by bringing gifts and food! Since we recently have been receiving an overwhelming number of requests from families for help, we solicited assistance from other groups at UCSD and the San Diego community to adopt families which we were unable to fund. Thus, the delivery to some of the nominated families will be carried out by non-APO members. https://www.operationsantasd.com/
Throughout its history, the San Diego Rescue Mission’s programs have adapted to meet the changing needs of San Diego’s homeless and needy populations. The organization’s story began in 1954, when a group of San Diego church and business leaders met to address the growing plight of the community’s homeless and hungry. Based on this vision, the City Rescue Mission was founded in 1955 and immediately began providing food, clothing and spiritual guidance to the region’s homeless. In 1958, this soup kitchen expanded its services to include short-term shelter and services for up to 85 men. Two years later the Mission made history by opening the first shelter for women and children in San Diego County. http://www.sdrescue.org