Pillar Grant Program
Supporting change with a servant’s heart.
At Buckingham Wealth Partners, we define success as our ability to have an enduring, positive impact on the lives of our clients, associates and communities we serve.
We contribute to causes our associates are passionate about, support events that recognize the hard work of our clients and sponsor the Buckingham Pillar Grant Program. This successful program was created to provide financial assistance to nonprofit organizations in the communities where our associates live and work.
Our grant recipients rely on substantial, quality evidence and a well-considered, well-written plan when living out their missions—the very same values that propel our firm.
Congratulations to our 2022 Pillar Grant Recipients
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2022 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to seven organizations and programs whose primary objective was to promote financial literacy for adults ages 18+, helping participants with practical knowledge, resources and skills to make financial decisions that promote self-sufficiency, stability and well-being. We were proud to recognize the following organizations and programs as 2022 Pillar Grant recipients:
Boys Hope Girls Hope of Colorado
Rung for Women
The Ark and Common Wealth
Wesley Community Center
2021 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to seven organizations and programs whose primary objective is to promote sustainable economic development in their communities. Qualified programs worked to revitalize communities by undertaking projects that include job training and placement programs, programs that support small business creation and infrastructure/rebuilding projects that help better residents’ lives. We were proud to recognize the following organizations and programs as 2021 Pillar Grant recipients:
Ladies Empowerment and Action Program
2019 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to seven organizations and programs whose primary objective is to create a safer, inclusive and more respectful community by working to reduce or eliminate racism and promote equality. We were proud to recognize the following organizations and programs as 2019 Pillar Grant recipients:
Washington University in St. Louis, Advancing Racial Equity in the Brown School of Social Work
Before Ferguson Beyond Ferguson
City Garden Montessori School, Regional Equity Leadership Program
Center for Creative Arts (COCA), COCAbiz’s Acting with Awareness
Multicultural Alliance, Table Talk on Race
Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, Tidewater Prejudice Awareness Summit
2018 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to seven organizations focused in the area of early childhood education. We were proud to recognize the following organizations as the 2018 Pillar Grant recipients:
Central Institute for the Deaf
Community Partnership for Child Development
SouthSide Early Childhood Center
2017 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to eight organizations focused on People in Sudden Crisis and Community Green Spaces. We were proud to recognize the following organizations as the 2017 Pillar Grant recipients:
LCMS National Housing Support Corporation
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) St. Louis
2016 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham provided grants to eight organizations focused on Community Development Through Entrepreneurship and Wellness. We were excited to recognize the following organizations as the 2016 Pillar Grant recipients:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
Colorado Neurological Institute
2015 Pillar Grant Recipients
Buckingham granted $50,000 to organizations focused on Children & Youth and Education. We’re thrilled to recognize the following organizations as the 2015 Pillar Grant Recipients:
CHADS Coalition for Mental Health
Sponsors for Educational Opportunity