The Frontier Capital Foundation

Supporting Local Non-profits

Our Mission

The Frontier Capital Foundation is a private foundation funded by employees and owners of Frontier Capital for the purpose of supporting local non-profit organizations. The Foundation is primarily focused on three categories of non-profits:

  • Those that help people help themselves
  • Organizations working to make a permanent impact on the lives of those with mental & physical challenges
  • Those that are serving society's most vulnerable
Frontier Capital Foundation

The Frontier Capital Foundation Values.

  • Keep it Local
  • Make it Meaningful
  • Lean In with Both Time and Capital

Why We Started the Foundation

Since its inception, Frontier Capital has made a point of giving back to local organizations financially and as our team grew we were able to donate time and effort as well.

The main cornerstone of The Frontier Capital Foundation is to serve as an example in the financial services industry in the act of caring and giving back. We recognize that we are a fortunate group and that part of being an impactful company is to advocate for those in need.

In addition to providing an initial financial support, the Foundation and Frontier Capital employees will engage with these organizations throughout the year. We promote these events throughout the greater Frontier family, as well as on our website, in hopes of attracting more visibility towards the organizations.

Foundation Fighting Blindness

Foundation Fighting Blindness

Over the past 44 years, the Foundation has raised nearly $650 million in its effort to reverse blindness and restore vision. Throughout its history, the Foundation has invested more than 75 percent of its revenue in research and public health education programs. The Foundation is funding research and clinical trials in over 120 research facilities worldwide. Because of the many research advancements, vision has been restored in some clinical trial patients who were virtually blind. Thanks to the treatment, they can now enjoy some of life’s simple joys, like reading and playing baseball.

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The Carolina Miracle League

The Carolina Miracle League

YMCA Miracle League is a baseball league for children/adults (ages 5-35) who have cognitive and/or physical disabilities. All games are played at the University City YMCA on Saturdays and there are no practices. Please reach out to Emily Brown at emily.brown@ymcacharlotte.org for more information about playing or volunteering

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Charlotte Family Housing

Charlotte Family Housing

Charlotte Family Housing partners with families experiencing homelessness through shelter, housing and comprehensive support services designed to empower them to achieve long-term self-sufficiency.

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“I’ve been at Frontier Capital for 5 years now. Without a doubt, one of the best parts of coming to work is the people I work with – we call ourselves the Frontier Family and that’s exactly what it’s like day in and day out!”

- Jessica Warzybok, HR Manager

Event

Foundation Fighting Blindness Charlotte Chapter Speaker Series Presentation

April 29 8:53am

Event

CSF Heptathlon

May 20 12:00am

Andrew Lindner

Andrew Lindner

PRESIDENT & TREASURER

Jessica Warzybok, PHR

Jessica Warzybok, PHR

SECRETARY

Lori Shell, CPA

Lori Shell, CPA

Member