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Nov 2022

Celebrating National Philanthropy Day

In honor of National Philanthropy day, Integris is excited to announce that we have donated to three non-profit organizations selected by our employees.

Originally conceptualized and organized by Douglas Freeman in the 1980’s, this holiday was declared a national holiday by President Reagan in 1986 to recognize the great charitable contributions made by citizens that have an impact on communities.

This year, the Integris team has selected the following charities to thank for their daily impact on the endless needs of those they serve:

Food Bank for Monterey County

The Food Bank for Monterey County strives to end hunger in Monterey County by serving as the central “hub” to supply high quality food, fresh produce, education & nutritional resources to their nonprofit member network.

Foundation of CSUMB for the benefit of the Financial Planning Degree program

The Foundation’s objective is to advise, govern, oversee policy and direction, and assist with the leadership and general promotion of CSU Monterey Bay. The university has just been approved by the CFP® Board to provide a Degree in Financial Planning that satisfies all education requirements needed to sit for the CFP® examination.

Family House, Inc.

Family House is a non-profit pediatric guesthouse and supportive community for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at UCSF Benioff Children’s hospital.

Beyond gifts of financial support, National Philanthropy Day gives us all an opportunity to reflect on the meaning of giving and what more still needs to be done. Integris is grateful to know that many of our clients and colleagues are philanthropic warriors who quietly volunteer their time, expertise, and financial resources to enhance our communities.

To all the families, non-profits, and businesses that we serve: Thank you for investing with us, so we have the ability to invest in others. Happy National Philanthropy day!

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