More Than 300 LPL Financial Employees Volunteered in May

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More Than 300 LPL Financial Employees Volunteered in May

Boston-based LPL employee volunteers contributed their time in May to enhance the Boys & Girls Club’s facility in Dorchester.

Boston-based LPL employee volunteers contributed their time in May to enhance the Boys & Girls Club’s facility in Dorchester.

During May Serve Days, LPL’s largest annual volunteer effort, hundreds of the firm’s employees volunteered in their local communities. More than 300 employees took part in over 40 volunteer projects hosted in Boston, Charlotte, and San Diego.

In Boston, almost 60% of LPL’s workforce joined together with community partner City Year Boston to restore common spaces and paint inspiring murals at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester, where so many of the city’s youth spend time after school and during the summer.

Burt White, chief investment officer, shared, “May Serve Day continues to be a high impact event for us each year because of the commitment from our employees. We understand that time is really the most precious commodity our employees have to give, and each and every year I am impressed with our employee’s dedication to making time to give back to the community.”

LPL employees painted colorful murals at the Boys & Girls Club.

LPL employees painted colorful murals at the Boys & Girls Club.

The event was hosted by the LPL Foundation, which serves as an enabling partner to organizations that help individuals achieve their aspirations in life. Whether giving young people a strong start or supporting adults who are starting over, the LPL Foundation, with a goal to “lift people locally,” creates partnerships through volunteer and financial support that enhance access to educational and career resources, fostering economic empowerment for underserved individuals and families in local communities.

Congratulations LPL Financial!