The future of business is built around community. With that in mind, Five Rings Financial has made a commitment to giving back. We extend this commitment to non-profits, professional organizations, and other groups throughout our area and across the country. We recognize the importance of sharing our talents and good fortune with others and lending a hand to support these worthy causes.
Orphans Hope Network
Orphans Hope Network specializes in identifying the medical needs of orphanages in the developing world; connecting resources from health care professionals, religious groups, communities and donors; and providing vulnerable children with a health start in life and hope for a brighter future.
Larimer Country Fair Rodeo Queens Program
The Larimer County Fair Rodeo Queens are ambassadors representing Larimer County and the Fair and Rodeo at all times, providing positive role models to young women in the community and a commitment to the western way of life.
Kindness for Kids Holiday Gift Program
Together with church members, hundreds of volunteers, organizations and businesses in the community, Kindness for Kids is able to make sure the wishes of hundreds of children come true, by providing toys for low-income families living in the St. Vrain Valley School District.
RSVP of Boulder County
Boulder County CareConnect promotes the security, comfort, and independence of seniors and adults with disabilities. The RSVP volunteer program is America’s largest volunteer network for people age 55 and older, providing support through service in animal shelters, libraries, public health clinics, homeless shelters, schools and much more.
The WilLiv Center
By providing moral, emotional, and even financial support, The WilLiv Center strives to help women and children make it through the trials and tribulations of the divorce process until they can get settled in a new lifestyle.
Women’s Bean Project
The Women’s Bean Project is a nonprofit organization that teaches job readiness and life skills for entry-level jobs through employment in gourmet food production and handmade jewelry manufacturing businesses. Women come with the goal of transforming their lives and moving toward self-sufficiency.
National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA)
The Association’s mission is to advocate for a positive legislative and regulatory environment, enhance business and professional skills, and promote the ethical conduct of its members. NAIFA comprises more than 600 state and local associations representing the interests of approximately 200,000 agents and their associates nationwide.
At OUR Center, they understand that these are challenging times for everyone, especially so for those living paycheck to paycheck, those on fixed incomes or those who have an underlying condition such as illness or a physical or mental disability. Their mission is to help people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources.
National Association for Fixed Annuities (NAFA)
NAFA is a national trade association exclusively dedicated to promoting the awareness and understanding of fixed annuities – including income, declared rate, market value adjusted and indexed. NAFA’s membership of fixed annuity carriers and independent marketing organizations (or field organizations) represents over 200,000 agents and registered representatives selling fixed annuities.