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SWSG partners with Natixis Global Asset Management!

Posted by Meghan Trombly Feb 2, 2011

Strong Women, Strong Girls is excited to announce a partnership with Natixis Global Asset Management in Boston! Over the course of 2011, Natixis will provide financial, consultative and volunteer support. They will help Strong Women, Strong Girls reduce costs in programmatic cost centers including program supplies, printing, and training events.

In addition to contributing to Strong Women, Strong Girls through the firm’s Charitable Giving Campaign, Natixis employees are invited to volunteer at Jump-into-Spring. Jump-into-Spring is Strong Women, Strong Girls annual jumping rope fundraiser event. This year in Boston, the event takes place on April 9, 2011 at Simmons College. Natixis employees are also invited to attend a fun cocktail party for Boston-area professionals the night before to help rouse excitement around the event. Throughout the year, Natixis employees will have other opportunities to engage with Strong Women, Strong Girls including mentoring Strong Women, Strong Girls college women and participating in supply drives.

Of the partnership, Lindsay Hyde, President and Founder, said, “Our work with our Natixis team has brought together strategic insight, innovation, and resources that we believe will help us to double the number of girls we’re serving over the next three years.” Ultimately, the innovative partnership with Natixis will bring us one step closer to of goal of empowering 1,000 girls in Boston annually! As demonstrated in their commitment to Strong Women, Strong Girls and other non-profits, they are a prime example of corporate citizenship and social responsibility.

Natixis Global Asset Management brings together the expertise of a diverse line-up of affiliated investment managers and distribution companies based in Europe, the United States and Asia/Pacific in a single organization dedicated to protecting and enhancing wealth for individuals and institutions.

$30 gives college mentors the tools needed to be role models.