Organizations We Support
Laurel Wealth Planning is delighted to have helped support these worthy organizations.
Raising Children. Supporting Families. Transforming Lives. Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH) is Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters.” NPH is raising 3,100+ orphaned, abandoned and disadvantaged boys and girls in Bolivia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. NPH creates a family life for these children. They also provide physical, emotional and spiritual support on a long-term basis which enables them to grow into caring and productive members of their communities.
Laura and Anne both have experience with the children of NPH.
Zenon Dance Company
Zenon Dance Company is one of the nation’s premier repertory dance companies. They commit to transforming lives through dance, not only with their performances but also with their outreach programs to diverse populations of children and young adults.
Financial Planning Association
Kiva is an international non-profit with a mission to expand financial access to help underserved communities thrive. They do this by crowdfunding loans and unlocking capital so students can pay for tuition, women can start businesses, farmers are able to invest in equipment, and families can afford needed emergency care.
Girls Are Powerful
Second Harvest Heartland
Second Harvest Heartland believes no one should ever go hungry. They are helping hungry neighbors find their next meal so they can thrive at work, in the classroom and in their communities.
BRIDGE for Youth with Disabilities
Cheerful Givers is a non-profit organization providing toy-filled birthday gift bags through shelters and food shelves to economically-challenged parents. Cheerful Givers enables these parents to give their child a HAPPY birthday.
Twin Cities Rebuild For the Future Fund
The Twin Cities Rebuild for the Future Fund provides immediate support for small businesses owned by Black, Indigenous and People of Color that were damaged due to the civil unrest following the murder of George Floyd.
Fund for Safe Communities
The Fund for Safe Communities was established in 2018 to support tangible, specific, and meaningful actions to address and prevent violence. The inaugural grant round took place during the spring of 2020 under the leadership of an advisory committee made up of young people who have personal experience with community violence.