Philanthropy and Community Involvement
At Modus Advisors, we strive to be part of the solution. We want to help our clients reach their most important financial goals and use their resources for the things in life that matter most. As a member of our local and global community, we want to use our resources to help effect change.
We believe the current pandemic is a time not to focus inward, but instead outward. It is a time to advocate for the changes that will build a better community, a better country, and a better world. If we all do this, we will re-emerge from this crisis stronger than ever and build a better future for us all.
LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
Heidi Gusenius is a friend of the Modus Advisors family and is a two-time survivor of AML, a type of Leukemia. Over many years, she has worked tirelessly to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to find cures for blood cancers and to help patients and their families as they battle the disease. As a result, Heidi received a (much deserved!) nomination for Woman of the Year, LLS’s annual fundraising campaign.
Modus Advisors is honored to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and Heidi’s candidacy for LLS’s Woman of the Year. Each quarter we make a financial donation to a worthy organization, and we’re pleased to donate to the Leukemia & Lymphoma this quarter. These funds will go directly to LLS’s mission of finding a cure for blood cancers.
Read more details (including links to learn about Heidi’s story) in our BLOG POST.
As a proud member of both the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce and the Excelsior community, we appreciate all the ways the Chamber supports the people and businesses in our beloved area. We know 2020 was a trying year and that too many local businesses are struggling due to the COVID-19 shutdown. We were saddened to see all the community events get crossed off the calendar, and we look forward to future events and better times. With that desire at heart, Modus Advisors donated to the Chamber with the hopes of seeing this strong support of local businesses and events continue for years to come.
Our lives and minds have all been affected by the death of George Floyd, riots, racial tension, and unrest. This is a complicated topic that will take years, if not decades, to resolve. We believe education is one part of the solution. With that in mind, we are paying the tuition for one child to attend Hope Academy in the inner-city of Minneapolis.
As the financial world is reeling from the sudden downturn in the markets due to COVID-19, we are all dealing with disruption to our personal and professional lives. In reality, though, we are some of the lucky ones. Our business can still operate, and we have plenty of food in our refrigerators. With that in mind, we are pleased to donate to three organizations that provide food to those who need it most.