Supporting paralyzed military veterans

Lighthouse Financial honors our nation’s active-duty and veteran service members. Leading our efforts is often Jack Hinds, our Chief Investment Officer, who served during the Vietnam War.

Each year, Lighthouse donates 2 percent of its gross revenue to an array of worthy causes – and Paralyzed Veterans of America is among them. This national, nonprofit organization, started by a band of service members who returned home from World War II with spinal cord injuries, now helps more than 50,000 veterans every year. Closer to our headquarters in Broomfield, Colo., the organization’s Mountain States Chapter serves vets in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

The PVA helps seriously injured veterans work to regain their freedom and independence by also helping them receive the benefits and services to which they’re entitled and by providing donations that come from generous supporters – including our clients.

Lighthouse’s annual financial gift to Paralyzed Veterans of America helps the organization with its efforts in rehabilitation, medical research, disability civil rights work, benefits support, job assistance, education and the staging of special sporting events and gatherings.

We invite you to learn more about how Lighthouse clients help our firm make positive differences in the world.

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