Aimee Schwartze, Director of Client Service, says, "Capital Advantage, Inc. has increased its levels of service to the end client, because in such a difficult investment environment, having world class client service is mission critical.
"Everyone here has a family," explains Aimee Schwartze, Capital Advantage's Director of Client Services.
"We wanted to do something, and I thought we could adopt a family for the holidays.
I did some research and found VESTIA's
Angel Tree that first year.
We bought toys for that program, and then in 2006 and 2007, we contributed gifts and cash donations to VESTIA
for the Holiday Helpers Warehouse."
is the organizer of the holiday campaign at Capital Advantage
, and she
recruited coworkers and clients to give to VESTIA
made numerous trips back and forth to Martinez to deliver all the donations Capital Advantage received for the Holiday Helpers Warehouse.
also volunteered at the Holiday Helpers Warehouse, and came away with her
theme for the 2008 drive.
"We noticed that no one donated blankets," she
says, "And a lot of people asked for them.
though is enthusiastic about her
plan, "We could call stores and ask them if they could donate blankets too.
thanks John, Aimee
and all the employees and clients of Capital Advantage
for their generous support of VESTIA.
If you'd like to help Aimee
with their 2008 Blanket Drive, call her
at (925) 299-1500, or email@example.com.
LAFAYETTE, CA- Dec. 2007 - Capital Advantage, Inc.
Donates to East Bay Charities and Schools (BUSINESS WIRE)
Aimee Schwartze, Director of Client Services at Capital Advantage, Inc., organized another successful campaign to raise needed money, toys and warm clothes for the neediest of the needy in the East Bay.
said, "It's truly heartwarming when you can provide a warm blanket, coats and toys for a woman living out of her
car with her
received donations from family, friends, co-workers, Capital Advantage
, and clients of Capital Advantage, Inc.
totaling over 45 toys, 125 articles of clothing and cash for a total in excess of $2,229.
Ms. Schwartze worked through VESTIA (Volunteer Emergency Services Team in Action) a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization where approximately 100% of the donations go directly to the recipients.