In addition to affiliating with professional organizations, we believe it is important to share our time and our success with our community and other organizations we believe improve our world.
In 2019, Summit Place launched a young women’s financial professional mentoring group. We meet quarterly with these young women ranging from undergraduates in internships to young women working toward their first promotion. Our programming includes building skills, friendships and a community of support for the future of these specific women and our industry as a whole.
Chautauqua is dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values and the enrichment of life through a program that explores the important religious, social, political, and economic issues of our times and promotes excellence and creativity in the appreciation, performance and teaching of the arts.
Citymeals is one of the largest meals-on-wheels programs in the U.S., providing 1.8 million meals to over 16,500 elderly New Yorkers each year. In addition to nutritionally balanced senior meals, devoted staff and volunteers also deliver vital human companionship.
Started in 1997, today Dress for Success has helped more than one million women work towards self-sufficiency. The int’l non-profit empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Founded in 1976, Habitat for Humanity is the largest not-for-profit builder in the world. Habitat has been able to address the issue of poverty housing all over the world by bringing together 4 million people to construct, rehabilitate or preserve homes since its founding.
Paper Mill Playhouse preserves and nurtures the American Musical Theater art form. The theater is committed to rediscovering and re-imagining classic musicals and plays, developing new musicals, training young and emerging artists, and ensuring that the theater is accessible to all.
Teach For America (TFA) is an American non-profit organization whose mission is to “eliminate educational inequity by enlisting high-achieving recent college graduates and professionals to teach” for at least two years in low-income communities throughout the United States.
The Women’s Association for Morristown Medical Center is a 400 plus member volunteer organization established in 1893 to support our community hospital. The group’s vision is to promote healthier communities by providing a volunteer experience that always engages and inspires members to “Contribute with Passion.”