Helping our neighbors and making our communities stronger is at the core of what we do
Helping our neighbors and making our communities stronger is at the core of what we do
At Reilly Financial Group, we recognize the complexity of building comprehensive wealth and risk management solutions. We work with clients through every stage of life, from planning for the future to planning a legacy.
From team volunteer activities with Catholic Charities to supporting local organizations such as Pillar College, Urban Impact, Edison Art Society, and Embrace Kids, we work with our neighbors to make our communities stronger. Team members dedicate personal time to causes such as Junior Achievement, Bike MS, and Special Olympics.
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, announced that Reilly Financial Group was selected to receive the organization’s Corporate Citizen of the Year Award. This award is given annually to companies that have partnered with Catholic Charities in its mission to provide essential services to the community’s poor and vulnerable. It was a very proud moment for the whole team and our families.
The Reilly Financial Group was also recognized as Community Champion by MetLife and was honored at MetLife Stadium. This recognition as a Community Champion is awarded to those who are seen as champions every day, giving their best to help their neighbors and are doing what it takes to make their communities stronger.
Catholic Charities, Diocese Trenton provides essential services to more than 100,000 New Jersey residents every year. Its services include basic needs like food, clothing and shelter plus specialized services such as drug treatment, mental health and legal support. Every day, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, opens its doors to people from all backgrounds, religions, and ethnicities throughout Burlington, Mercer, Monmouth, and Ocean Counties.
“We’re very grateful to all the Reilly Financial Group employees who take the time to come out and volunteer with Catholic Charities,” said Mary Pettrow, Catholic Charities spokesperson. “The firm has a long tradition of supporting Catholic Charities and we thank them for their support. Without the generosity of local volunteers like these, we would not be able to provide all the critical community services we do.”
2020 will go down in the history books as a year like no other. Social distancing and lockdown mandates kept the annual RFG Day of Caring from happening as usual. However, the team decided to give in another way this year. RFG made a donation to HomeFront, a local non profit organization which helps thousands of families every year who are homeless or very low income get all the help they need to become self sufficient. HomeFront has a comprehensive services program and answers over 29,000 cries for help per year related to temporary shelter, housing, education, job training and placement, children’s programs, food and urgently needed items, and so much more. HomeFront is an investment in breaking the cycle of poverty locally that we would like to support this holiday season, when our community is harder hit than ever by the pandemic.
On August 30, 2019 members of the Reilly Financial Group participated in the team's annual Day of Caring with Catholic Charities. This year the team spent their time giving a fresh coat of paint to some of the rooms in the "Family Growth Ewing" location. Not only do these efforts help Catholic Charities with additional resources to help care for their various facilities, it's always a special time of the year for the team to bond while giving back to the community.
This year's annual "Day of Giving" with Catholic Charities took place on Friday, August 10. Members of the Reilly Financial Group headed down to Catholic Charities' Burlington Counseling Center in Burlington, NJ where they spent their time gardening and sprucing up the various areas of the center. Year after year the hard work not only helps Catholic Charities improve the various locations where they serve their clients, but it also helps the team to continue to focus on being able to give back to the community.
On August 25 members of the Reilly Financial Group teamed with Catholic Charities to provide El Centro, a vital resource in a Spanish-speaking community, help to increase its impact and expand its offerings. El Centro, a BIA-accredited, multicultural program of Catholic Charities, recently acquired new office space. Members of the Reilly Financial Group joined in the effort to help El Centro prepare their new office space for occupancy by rolling up their sleeves and painting, cleaning and organizing the space. Their visit marked the sixth consecutive year the firm has hosted a volunteer day in support of Catholic Charities.
“Like the mission of Catholic Charities, our firm’s commitment has always been to help people protect their families, support their communities, and help one another,” says George Reilly, the group’s Financial Service Executive. “Every year, we look forward to our Day of Caring as nourishment for our souls. It’s a way to have fun as a team while giving back to the community,” he adds.
“Year after year, the Reilly Financial Group demonstrates the power of volunteerism, and we are grateful for their ongoing support,” Jennifer Leip, Catholic Charities-Diocese of Trenton, adds.
Members of Reilly Financial Group volunteered this June to paint bedrooms at the Beacon House in Monmouth County. The Beacon House was originally Jack Nicholson’s childhood home and is now a transitional group home for young men ages 17-21. “Our team continues to look forward to these events and this year’s event was certainly fulfilling and fun in so many ways," said J. George Reilly, the Group’s Financial Services Executive.
Eleven members of the Reilly Financial Group volunteered their Friday afternoon in May to paint rooms and common area space at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton Self-Help Center at the Riverbank Facility in Burlington, NJ. Several family members of Reilly Financial Group employees came to volunteer as well. As in prior years, a Volunteer Project Fund Grant from MetLife Foundation was obtained to further support this effort.
“Another wonderful opportunity to show our support to Catholic Charities, and have fun with our family members as well, “ said J. George Reilly, the Group’s Financial Services Executive. “This annual event is one that we look forward to every year and are thankful for our ability to contribute our time and support.”
Members of the Reilly Financial Group team volunteered their time during a “Day of Caring” at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, Providence House facility. The team of 13 volunteers worked with the staff at Providence House, which provides free services to victims of domestic violence, to organize the facility’s stock room and spring-clean the residents’ living spaces. Their visit marked the third consecutive year the firm has hosted a volunteer day in support of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton.
“Our firm is proud to contribute to the good work that Catholic Charities does across our region,” said J. George Reilly, the Group’s Financial Services Executive “We deeply value the importance of community involvement and we are committed to giving back to the towns we serve.”
Members of the Reilly Financial Group were all thumbs – all green thumbs that is – volunteering at a ‘Day of Caring’ at Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton’s Riverbank facility in Burlington, N.J. Not only did the team, led by Financial Services Executive J. George Reilly, help spruce up Riverbank’s grounds, they also received a $1,500 Volunteer Project Fund Grant from MetLife Foundation to help further the agency’s work.
“Catholic Charities provides important services to members of the local community,” says Reilly. “Our associates are proud to help the organization continue to achieve its mission.”
George Reilly, Financial Services Executive, of the Reilly Financial Group lead a team of volunteers to help make this day happen, and in addition obtained a MetLife Foundation grant for the shelter. Volunteers from the Reilly Financial Group, partnered together for Campus Cleanup Day at the Catholic Charities Diocese of Trenton location in April 27, 2012. Volunteers spent the day raking, mulching, weeding and prepping the property for spring.
“The day was a great success, and the Catholic Charities team was very pleased with the results of our Campus Cleanup Day,” said Reilly. “We want to thank Catholic Charities staff for being the true heroes in serving the poor and vulnerable. We look forward to future volunteer opportunities with them.”
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