Fora Financial will be hosting quarterly events for New York Cares to raise funds for the organization’s various causes, in addition to bringing awareness to the importance of supporting and educating young entrepreneurs. Marking the firm’s tenth anniversary, Fora Financial will also be donating $10 to the organization for each and every new customer to which they provide financing.
“My co-founder [Jared Feldman] and I were both born and raised in the New York area and made a conscious decision to start and grow our business here,” stated Dan Smith, Fora Financial’s President. “We know how important it is to support young entrepreneurs and inspire them to dream and create businesses that will change our world. We are thrilled to be partnering with New York Cares and to be supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs.”
Partnering with New York Cares provides Fora Financial the ability to enable its employees from diverse backgrounds and with wide varieties of passions to volunteer in ways that are important to each of them as individuals.
“New York Cares is always eager to partner with corporations like Fora Financial to provide their staff with the opportunity to give back to the community,” said Gary Bagley, Executive Director of New York Cares. “With such a wide range of volunteer opportunities available, Fora Financial was able to design their specific program to dedicate their time to the causes that matter most to their employees.”
About Fora Financial Fora Financial offers flexible financing solutions to small businesses in need of additional working capital to sustain or grow their enterprise. The company places a high value on transparency and provides businesses with fast, personalized small business loans and merchant cash advances, utilizing its state-of-the-art technology and unwavering customer service. Founded in June 2008, Fora Financial has over 100 employees in its New York City office locations.
About New York Cares New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in the city. Last year, more than 64,000 New Yorkers made the city a better place by volunteering in New York Cares programs at nearly 1,300 nonprofits and schools – improving education, meeting immediate needs, and revitalizing public spaces. For more information, visit newyorkcares.org.To read the full press release, click here.