Forefront Capital CEO, Brad Reifler announced his company’s partnership with the Easter Seals Dixon Center to aid veterans and military families with a variety of educational and outreach efforts. “This partnership is indicative of Forefront Capital’s commitment to serve the ever changing needs of today’s military community,” said Reifler on Twitter. As part of this partnership Forefront Capital will also advance Easter Seals a $3 million donation. This innovative collaboration will provide the military community with professional development and job training, healthcare, and educational resources.
Easter Seals, a 100-year old charitable organization, has been a leading provider of family-centered services, working every day helping individuals overcome their barriers. The non-profit provides a wide array of free training and resources to the less fortunate, and the goal is to provide veterans and their military families with the knowledge and tools needed to secure meaningful employment. “Through our collaboration, we seek to empower motivated individuals and create economic opportunity for military families,” said Forefront Capital CEO, Brad Reifler.
Brad Reifler: Quiet Revolutionary
For financial investment experts, like Brad Reifler, it’s not always about wealth creation, but also about giving back. For more than 30 years, Reifler has been a cerebral champion in the finance industry, founding not one, but three successful companies, including Reifler Trading, Pali Capital, and the global family of Forefront Capital. His sharp focus and operational efficiency has confirmed his reputation as one of the best in the business.
Making Innovative Changes
Last year, Brad Reifler’s company, Forefront Capital created a new investment vehicle, Forefront Capital Trust, targeting middle-class investors. This fund allows non-accredited investors to consider funds once only marketed to the millionaire crowd. After SEC changes, this closed market has been opened up to the middle-class. According to Reifler, “it was not only good business sense but it was the right thing to do.” Reifler has found new success by redefining the market and including a new subset of investors. “Look for those unexpected new markets and read broadly to learn where new opportunities may lie,” says Reifler.