Directly interacting with our community through personal and financial support is among the core values of the Strategy Asset Managers team. Our advisors are passionate about committing their time to a range of local institutions and international nonprofits. Our support extends to the arts, mission-driven charity events and sporting fundraisers which raise money for important causes. We know that making a difference begins with each of our team members and we actively work with our clients to help shape the future within our community and the world.

Here are some of the organizations we directly support.

Directly interacting with our community through personal and financial support is among the core values of the Strategy Asset Managers team. Our advisors are passionate about committing their time to a range of local institutions and international nonprofits. Our support extends to the arts, mission-driven charity events and sporting fundraisers which raise money for important causes. We know that making a difference begins with each of our team members and we actively work with our clients to help shape the future within our community and the world.

Here are some of the organizations we directly support.

WildlifeNOW

PROTECTING AND PRESERVING

Hands-On, Dynamic Conservation

WildlifeNOW represents a spirit of ‘hands-on’ dynamic conservation; not only holding the line on conservation but also reversing many years of damage and re-establishing complete ecosystems. We are, right now, in the early stages of this process in Kora National Park in Kenya.

A conservationist driven by a lifelong passion for the wild, Tony Fitzjohn actively leads wildlife preservation efforts in East Africa. In 2006, he was honored for his work by the Queen of England with the Order of the British Empire (OBE).

In 1975, one of the wild lions near George Adamson’s camp inexplicably attacked Tony Fitzjohn, biting him in the throat. The lion was driven off and the badly mauled Fitzjohn was carried back to camp, bleeding heavily. “Am I dying?” he asked when he regained consciousness. “I think you probably are but I’ll do my best,” George Adamson replied.

Fortunately for African wildlife conservation, Fitzjohn survived. Clearly, it would take more than a rogue lion to see off this extraordinarily tough and determined Englishman. Tony Fitzjohn does not fit comfortably into our modern world. He is an adventurer born out of his time, a restless spirit driven by a lifelong passion for the wild. At the age of 22, he left a dead-end job and hitchhiked to Kenya. His only ambition was to work with animals and, as luck would have it, he pitched up one day at George Adamson’s camp at Kora.

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WildlifeNOW

PROTECTING AND PRESERVING

Hands-On, Dynamic Conservation

WildlifeNOW represents a spirit of ‘hands-on’ dynamic conservation; not only holding the line on conservation but also reversing many years of damage and re-establishing complete ecosystems. We are, right now, in the early stages of this process in Kora National Park in Kenya.

A conservationist driven by a lifelong passion for the wild, Tony Fitzjohn actively leads wildlife preservation efforts in East Africa. In 2006, he was honored for his work by the Queen of England with the Order of the British Empire (OBE).

In 1975, one of the wild lions near George Adamson’s camp inexplicably attacked Tony Fitzjohn, biting him in the throat. The lion was driven off and the badly mauled Fitzjohn was carried back to camp, bleeding heavily. “Am I dying?” he asked when he regained consciousness. “I think you probably are but I’ll do my best,” George Adamson replied.

Fortunately for African wildlife conservation, Fitzjohn survived. Clearly, it would take more than a rogue lion to see off this extraordinarily tough and determined Englishman. Tony Fitzjohn does not fit comfortably into our modern world. He is an adventurer born out of his time, a restless spirit driven by a lifelong passion for the wild. At the age of 22, he left a dead-end job and hitchhiked to Kenya. His only ambition was to work with animals and, as luck would have it, he pitched up one day at George Adamson’s camp at Kora.

ROSE BOWL AQUATICS CENTER

Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Aquatics Center provides recreational, educational, therapeutic and competitive aquatic programs to enhance the health and fitness of all residents in our diverse community. We are committed to: Delivering high-quality, affordable programs for all participants – absolute beginners to life-long swimmers, casual to national-caliber athletes, infants to seniors as well as people with physical and developmental challenges; maximizing public awareness and utilization of our facilities; and collaborating with groups that support aquatic safety and fitness.

The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, opened in 1990 and is located in Pasadena’s beautiful Brookside Park, just south of the famous Rose Bowl Stadium. This world-class aquatics facility offers year-round aquatic and fitness programming to children, youth, families and seniors so that all generations can achieve the benefits of healthy living habits, regular exercise, and sports training. Today we serve more than 250,000 patrons annually.

ROSE BOWL AQUATICS CENTER

Pasadena’s Rose Bowl Aquatics Center provides recreational, educational, therapeutic and competitive aquatic programs to enhance the health and fitness of all residents in our diverse community. We are committed to: Delivering high-quality, affordable programs for all participants – absolute beginners to life-long swimmers, casual to national-caliber athletes, infants to seniors as well as people with physical and developmental challenges; maximizing public awareness and utilization of our facilities; and collaborating with groups that support aquatic safety and fitness.

The Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, opened in 1990 and is located in Pasadena’s beautiful Brookside Park, just south of the famous Rose Bowl Stadium. This world-class aquatics facility offers year-round aquatic and fitness programming to children, youth, families and seniors so that all generations can achieve the benefits of healthy living habits, regular exercise, and sports training. Today we serve more than 250,000 patrons annually.

OTHER CHARITIES WE SUPPORT

Free Wheelchair Mission

In developing nations it’s estimated that 75 million people are in need of a wheelchair but cannot afford one. For $80 a wheelchair can be built, shipped, and delivered across the world, lifting someone up off the ground and transforming a life for good.

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The Ironman Foundation

We are athletes, volunteers and givers on a mission to create change in countless lives in race communities. We “Give Globally and Act Locally” through grant funding and service project opportunities around the world in partnership with local nonprofit organizations.

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Tournament of Roses Foundation

Through grants to other nonprofits in the Pasadena area, the Foundation funds sports and recreation activities, visual and performing arts, and education programs—contributing to the civic, cultural and educational advancement of local communities.

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