Community Involvement

three volunteers holding volunteer shirts against new construction home
  • Invest in Others Charitable FoundationAmy Burton - volunteer for The Tippmann-McArdle Women’s Care Center Classic benefiting the Fort Wayne Women’s Care Centers, received Honorable Mention for philanthropic excellence in the ninth annual Invest in Others Community Leadership Awards. The Invest in Others Charitable Foundation established the Community Leadership Awards to recognize the philanthropic achievements of financial advisors and financial services firms in communities across the country and around the world. Invest in Others

  • Murosity ProjectAmy Burton - was honored to be included as one of the Everyday Stars in The Murosity Project's mural to be placed in the Parkview Regional Medical Center.

    The Murosity Project is a community-based art project reflecting generosity through a mosaic of images, that, when place together, form a mural.  Area high school students, professional artists, celebrities and Parkview physicians and coworkers participated in painting 160 canvases and honoring Everyday Stars.  The individual canvases, such as the one painted by Genois Wilson honoring Amy Burton as shown on next to the logo and part of the mural shown to the left.

    Amy joins a distinguished list of individuals that are represented in the mural who give of themselves to make our community a better place to live.  You may learn more about The Murosity Project at

  • ShindigzChris Vosmeier - I am proud to be involved with The Shindigs National Soccer Festival.  This is a nationally known soccer event held in Fort Wayne, IN twice each year.  It is a focused non-profit outreach program that provides educational scholarships, health and wellness for our citizens, and the advancement of youth soccer in Northeast Indiana.

    In the spring it has become a tradition to invite two top ranked teams, Indiana University and Notre Dame, to compete on the field at the University of Saint Francis.  In the fall during the weekend prior to the soccer season, 12 college teams and nearly 40 high school teams will be invited to play.  Now in its 13th year, the Shindigz National Soccer Festival has become one of the nation’s top ameture soccer events.  – Chris Vosmeier

  • Amy Burton - She was honored for her last 10 years of volunteer activities for the National Kidney Foundation of Indiana and raising funds for their many important projects.  Her activities have included:
    - Annual Golf Outing which has raised more than $1,000,000
    - Annual Gala Events
    - Board of Directors member for the State of Indiana
    - Walkathon

    National Kidney Foundation of Indiana

    National Kidney Foundation



Raymond James is not affiliated with the above organizations and/or charitable causes.

This organization helps individuals and families work toward increased education, income stability and healthy lives. With nearly 1,800 locations in 45 countries and territories, United Way is dedicated to advancing the common good and mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world.
The American Red Cross is dedicated to preventing and alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners. In times of need, the Red Cross works hard to give care, shelter and hope to those affected.
This nonprofit organization is the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Its network of food banks is able to feed more than 37 million people through the work of food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters in communities across America.
Every August, teams of associates and affiliates across Raymond James participate in a firm-wide community service program focused on benefiting local communities. While the firm supports community service efforts and charitable giving throughout the year, August is dubbed Raymond James Cares Month to inspire a collective effort and impact.
This nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry is devoted to building or renovating simple, decent houses in partnership with those in need. With more than 1,500 local affiliates in the United States and more than 70 national organizations worldwide, Habitat for Humanity has helped to build or repair more than 800,000 houses and serve more than 4 million people.
Junior Achievement is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization focused on providing economic education in classrooms across America and in 123 countries worldwide. Its efforts reach over 9.7 million students each year and provide them with positive adult role models who educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise, business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.