Nasdaq Closing Bell on Giving Tuesday

Financial advisors are tirelessly making a difference in their communities by giving back to those in need. Inspired by their stories, Invest in Others was founded in 2006 to recognize the charitable work of financial advisors, employees, and their firms and thereby inspire philanthropic work. Through our flagship program, the Community Leadership Awards, we have recognized hundreds of individuals and companies for the unique and impactful ways they work with non-profits to improve their communities as well as communities around the world, serving as role models and leaders to encourage others to do the same.

Invest in Others relies on the support of individual and corporate donors, such as Allianz, Fidelity Investments, LPL Financial, TD Ameritrade Institutional, and W.P. Carey, to achieve our mission. Funds raised enable us to recognize philanthropy and facilitate charitable involvement through meaningful programs and events such as the Community Leadership Awards and the CLA Day of Service. Since our founding in 2006, we have not only recognized the work of financial advisors and their firms but also awarded charities with much-needed funding. So far, over 125 charities have been awarded funds in honor of the incredible contributions these financial advisors have made to their organizations.

We are thrilled to have the opportunity to ring the Closing Bell at the Nasdaq on Giving Tuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back.  On this day of generosity, the Invest in Others community will come together to celebrate the lives have been changed and the communities impacted by financial advisors and the advisory industry.

Participating companies are:

American Funds

Broadridge Financial Solutions

DST Brokerage Solutions

Fidelity Investments

Goldman Sachs Asset Management

Highland Capital Management

John Hancock Investments

LPL Financial

New York Life / Mainstay Investments

Nuveen Investments

Pershing, a BNY Mellon Company

Pioneer Investments

Private Advisor Group

RS Funds & Guardian Investor Services

Taylor, Ganson & Perrin LLP

Thomson Reuters

W.P. Carey