At the center of the Northeast Private Client Group® culture is our commitment to helping build neighborhoods and communities.
Our giving and engagement strategy focuses on:
- Helping solve homelessness by partnering with non-profits in local communities who work to improve lives through stable housing and additional support services
- Volunteering in the communities we serve by participating in team service projects
- Giving Globally by supporting non-profits across the world
Helping Solve Local Homelessness
Boston Rescue Mission has been caring for the poor and homeless for over a century. They provide shelter as well as meal and recovery programs for their residents.
Bridgeport Rescue Mission helps the hungry, homeless, and addicted throughout Fairfield County. They provide food, clothing, and shelter for men, women, and children.
Providence Rescue Mission works to reach the homeless and needy of Rhode Island’s urban centers with the Gospel of Jesus Christ while providing physical, emotional, and educational rehabilitative services.
Springfield Rescue Mission strives to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted, and poor in Western Massachusetts.
Team Service Projects
Each November, Northeast Private Client Group gives back to the communities we serve by spending a day out of the office participating in service projects.
Our team members look forward to our community service projects all year long.
We give back to our communities in many ways, collecting children’s coats, collecting and sorting food for a local food pantry, and cooking and serving hot meals at a local soup kitchen.
Global Giving & Contribution
Beyond our local commitment to helping build neighborhoods, we believe we can have a worldwide impact. That’s why we support several global non-profits with contributions that help fund programs around the world.
Africa Inland Mission (AIM) is a Christian mission sending agency with a heart for Africa’s people. The organization focuses on overcoming obstacles to make inroads and make disciples among Africa’s remaining unreached. AIM focuses on leadership training and mobilization of African missionaries.
Open Doors USA is a community of Christians who come together to support persecuted believers in more than 60 countries.
World Relief partners with over 6,000 churches to tackle extreme poverty, disasters, violence and oppression, and refugees, immigrants, and displaced people.
Young Life works to introduce adolescents to Jesus Christ and help them grow their faith.
HEMEfund Worldwide, formerly known as Project Help Afghanistan or PHA, is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving communities around the world by assisting in the areas of housing, education, medical, and employment.