Members of PFG Advisors recently organized a successful peanut butter and jelly food drive to benefit the West Chester Food Cupboard.
Although the group collected other nonperishable food as well, PB&J was the focus after learning that the need for these items is so great, that the Cupboard is often forced to purchase them out-of-pocket. The Cupboard not only provides items such as peanut butter and jelly to residents, but also to schools, daycares, and colleges in the surrounding area.
It was a privilege to work with the West Chester Food Cupboard on this endeavor and we look forward to continuing our support of their generous mission!
To learn more about this great organization, visit Westchesterfoodcupboard.org.
Congratulations to our Managing Director, Lou McCraw, on his recent induction into the inaugural class of The Resource Group's Hall of Fame!
The Resource Group (TRG) is an invitation-only, nationwide network of the top planning professionals within Lincoln Financial Advisors. Members share best practices in retirement planning, investment portfolio analysis, succession planning along with financial and advanced estate planning.
TRG looked back over its 23-year history of membership to select the inaugural Hall of Fame class. The criteria for consideration into the Hall of Fame included demonstrated leadership, years of membership, and committee involvement. Criteria also included the willingness to participate in study groups and think tanks to explore and create new ideas and processes to improve TRG members' ability to better serve their clients.
Lou was one of the twenty founding members in 1999 and a contributing member ever since. He has served as a Committee Chair, and on multiple committees, initiating many processes aimed at improving the client experience and service. Lou is TRG’s Chairman of the Board for 2022.
Lou was inducted at the organization’s national meeting held in Scottsdale, Arizona this past April.
PFG Advisors, in partnership with Lincoln Financial Advisors, recently gave their time and culinary skills to help prepare and serve food to the families at the Ronald McDonald House in Philadelphia. From chopping vegetables to carving roast beef, the team was happy to lend a hand to the wonderful charity that provides meals and lodging to families while their children are in the hospital. Learn more about the Ronald McDonald House Philadelphia and how you can help.
The ornaments on PFG Advisor's Christmas tree were a bit fuzzy this year as they once again used it as a place to collect new winter hats and gloves to donate to UrbanPromise., a charity designed to equip kids and young adults in Camden, NJ with skills for academic achievement, life management, and spiritual growth.
Warm heads, warm hands, warm hearts!