Our Community

Giving Back to Our Community

We look for opportunities to support our larger community—to serve alongside individuals and businesses committed to making a difference for the greater good. Our focus is on nonprofit organizations and serving opportunities that align with our core values. Over the years, it has been our privilege to work with following nonprofit organizations:

Enabling digital thought leadership.

Providing nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.

Serving as the recognized organization for three South Minneapolis neighborhoods—Field, Regina, & Northrup.

Expanding educational opportunities beyond the traditional boundaries of public education.

Promoting positive mental health for all infants, children, adolescents, and their families.

Building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Inspiring women, support achievement, and fostering leadership.

*The individual, services, and entities listed above are independent of and not endorsed by LPL Financial.

2019 Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) – Donation & Volunteer Time

We invited clients, friends, and family to join us in October to support FMSC by packing meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. Not only did we serve an amazing cause, but we had tremendous fun doing so! In just two hours, we were able to make a huge impact in the lives of children who desperately need help:


47,520 meals assembled

220 boxes packed

133 kids will be fed for a year


We collected donations of $11,404.80 to purchase the food packed in the meals shown above.

What an amazing event! Our thanks to all who participated in building community and volunteering at our 2019 FMSC Event.


2020 Community and Client Shred Events

July 2020


By shredding and recycling 1,165 lbs of paper, we saved:

9.9 trees
4,078 gallons of water
1.75 cubic yards of landfill
1.75 years of energy for the average home

October 2020


By shredding and recycling 2,300 lbs of paper, we saved:

19.55 trees
8,050 gallons of water
3.45 cubic yards of landfill
0.58 years of energy for the average home