“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin As a renowned author, scientist, and inventor, Mr. Franklin knew a thing or two about education and learning. In the spirit of the man who would one day grace the $100 bill, eMoney launched their University Program, helping develop the next generation of financial advisors,…
As part of the ongoing efforts to expand eMoney’s social responsibility initiatives, eMoney is excited to announce that the company is launching a new tree-planting program. To thank employees for planting their roots with eMoney, we are planting a tree in their honor and will plant trees for all of our future hires. eMoney is partnering with One Tree Planted to…
To kick off Financial Literacy Month, a few members of eMoney’s Financial Planning Team are volunteering their time to host financial literacy workshops and finalize tax preparations for residents in the greater Philadelphia area. But, before we dive into where we’re headed, it’s only fitting to reflect on the tremendous amount of charitable giving that eMoney supported last year.
Tax season is a great opportunity to take part in pro bono and skills-based volunteering, which is why 13 members of eMoney’s financial planning group, seven of which are CFPs, volunteered for more than 100 hours at tax assistance sites where they filed more than $50k in federal tax returns – free of charge.
Leading up to eMoney’s Annual Holiday Party on Saturday, January 27, employees participated in a food drive benefitting Philabundance, a non-profit food bank, which serves families suffering from hunger.
At 12:30 p.m. on Friday, February 5, eMoney’s multi-use staircase was packed to the brim with employees eager to watch their colleagues take part in eMoney Wing Bowl 2016, a wing-eating competition inspired by a similar, longstanding event hosted by a local sports radio station.
On January 27, eMoney Advisor employees in our San Diego office hosted a collection drive where we assembled 40 care packages for some of our servicemen and women abroad. When all was said and done, we were able to sponsor two units – both of which include friends and family members of eMoney employees.
With eMoney’s move in late 2015 from Conshohocken (Montgomery County) to Radnor (Delaware County), it was important for us to get involved in the local community as soon as we could! That is why seven members of our eMoney team (and their four-legged friends) participated in the 2015 Bark in the Park 5k Run/Walk.