A Few Organizations We Care Deeply About

At Tobias Financial Advisors, community involvement is at the heart of what we do. We take great pride in finding meaningful ways to support local organizations. Here’s a list of some we are helping this year: 

Ann Storck Center — enriching the lives of children and adults with developmental disabilities

Temple Dor Dorim — fostering the tenets and purposes of Reform Judaism, its heritage and values

Best Buddies International — creating opportunities and developing friendships for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD)

Harvest Drive of Florida — providing food and household items to families in Broward County via volunteers

Jewish Federation of Broward — connecting community members with philanthropic opportunities among the Jewish community, locally and globally

Gilda’s Club of South Florida — providing support programs for individuals impacted by cancer, patients and those who love them

Take Stock in Children — supporting the educational goals of low-income students

Florida Children’s First — protecting and advocating for the rights of children

FICPA Women’s Leadership Initiatives — promoting the role of women in the accounting profession

Indian Trace PTA — advocating for students and serving as a resource for families, students, and teachers at Indian Trace Elementary School 

Memorial Foundation and Joe Dimaggio Children’s Hospital — supporting the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital to keep it available to all patients

The Rotary Club of Weston — volunteering and funding to meet a wide range of community needs

Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Broward County — improving infant health through family and maternal education and support

These organizations make a significant and material positive difference for those they serve. Though their missions may be diverse, their overarching goal is the same — to help improve the everyday lives of others and build a brighter, hopeful future. 

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