Brad Reifler, the founder and chief executive officer of Forefront Capital Advisors, recently made a partnership with Easter Seals Dixon Center, an organization based on providing services for veterans, and such deal included a donation on behalf of Reiler of more than $2 million for his new partner.
According to Reifler, he is pleased with the partnership since Easter Seals Dixon Center has helped many veterans and families in the United States. Throughout the years, Easter Seals Dixon Center has been working with businesses and organizations in order to improve veteran’s access to education, healthcare services, and vocational training. The center accomplishes this by connecting veterans to agencies or institutions and by providing practical solutions as well as by lowering down barriers.
Forefront Capital Advisors, a firm that specializes in alternative investments and banking services, focuses on helping Americans from middle class backgrounds that want to invest, financial services that are conventionally only available for the rich. And Forefront Advisors is also on the mission of enhancing the quality of lives of veterans so they can succeed professionally and personally so they can become productive members of their communities. Reifler believes that joining Easter Seals Dixon Center will help his company achieve such noble goals.
Colonel David W. Sutherland, founder and chairman of Easter Seals Dixon Center, is honored and very thankful of Reiler’s contributions. The amount donated by Reiler is of $3 million, and this money will be used in order to fund Easter Seals Dixon Center’s programs for veterans in areas such as education, job training, and wellness. Sutherland has dedicated many of his years helping veterans become financially prosperous. He thinks that the partnership will bring a radical improvement to his organization. See more of what Reifler has done in his career on LinkedIn.