A simple statement, but this goes to the heart of the true purpose of NorthPoint. Our firm serves as a platform to help our team members grow, achieve their personal goals, and positively impact the lives of others through all interactions. We are committed to enriching the lives of everyone we interact with, from our team members to our partners, and investors.learn more
We are committed to helping support our employees’ charitable endeavors by matching 100% of the charitable donations that all of our employees make. This allows the charity of our organization to reflect the values of each of our employees.
We have made the goal of helping people who are less fortunate to be a part of the fabric of our company; it will be an active goal of our company to seek out and help others. We want to look back over our careers and be proud of the good that we have done.
Our culture is a reflection of the thousands of decisions guided by our core values that are made each day by our team members. These core values are the fabric of our culture and we are all committed to practicing them. We believe the success we’ve experienced derives from our commitment to doing the right thing every time.
Our Chicago team volunteered their time hand-packing nutritious meals with Feed My Starving Children. The session they attended packed 31,968 meals that will feed 88 kids for a year. The Chicago team packed approximately 1,719 meals that will feed 4.7 kids for a year! The meals packed were going to West Africa.
Feed My Starving Children provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children! No one deserves to go hungry, especially when we can do something about it.
Many NorthPointer’s came out to show their support at the 2019 Kansas City Walk for Apraxia.
In total, NorthPointers raised nearly $14,000! This money will help low-income families afford early testing for their kids, the resulting therapy, and potential software/hardware for the most severe diagnosis.
The work that Apraxia Kids does helps strengthen the support systems in the lives of children with apraxia so that each child is afforded their best opportunity to develop to their full potential.
The Ronald McDonald House of Kansas City serves around 87 families on any given night.
The Admin Team has made over 20 blankets to take to the Ronald McDonald House of KC, provided supplies and food to stock the pantry at their houses, and served breakfast for the family community room at Children’s Mercy! What’s next, admins?