On February 5, the financial community will come together at Exchange in Miami Beach, Florida to share ideas, think outside of the box, and empower and educate the financial advisor. It will also be an opportunity to give back to the community through the support of one of three non-profits.
Conference participants can contribute more than just donations — they can give their time, as well. Each day of the conference will spotlight one of three different nationally recognized non-profit organizations. Attendees will have the chance to roll up their sleeves and support a good cause!
Clean Up the Beach With the Surfrider Foundation
After a sunrise yoga session, the Surfrider Foundation will kick things off with a unique event dedicated to cleaning up the beach. This nonprofit centers its work on the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves, and beaches, for all people, through its powerful activist network.
The beach clean-up program starts at 7:30 AM sharp and ends promptly at 8:00. It is brought to you by the following sponsors: Visual Capitalist, Roundhill Investments, and VettaFi.
Fight Breast Cancer With the Susan G. Komen Foundation
Tuesday morning’s More Than PINK Walk is sponsored by the Susan G Komen Foundation, whose storied history of addressing breast cancer on multiple fronts, including research, community health, global outreach, and public policy initiatives, has made it a leader in the struggle against a disease that impacts far too many people.
The More Than PINK Walk begins at 7:00 AM sharp and ends at 8:00 AM. It is sponsored by the following organizations: Visual Capitalist, Simplify, and VettaFi.
Mentor the Next Generation With Junior Achievement
On the final day of the conference, the Miami chapter of Junior Achievement, whose mission is inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in the global economy, will host a morning of mentorship and networking at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The Junior Achievement event begins at 8:30 AM at the Fontainebleau and is made possible by the following sponsors: Morgan Stanley, Visual Capitalist, and VettaFi. Space will be limited for volunteers, but everyone can donate.
Join the SelFEE Challenge -- And Give More
Though participants attending Exchange can participate in these programs in person, each of these three non-profits can benefit greatly from generous financial support, as well.
For those of you going to Exchange — and there’s still time to register! — there’s one more way you can help. Take a selfie (aka a “selFEE”) with me at the event, and post it to LinkedIn with both of the following hashtags: #ExchangeMiami and #SelFEEchallenge. If you tag me in the post, I will personally donate another $10 to Surfrider, Komen, and Junior Achievement.
To learn more about the event and register, please visit the Exchange website