D.A. Davidson Companies announced today a new partnership with Habitat for Humanity International. The company is donating $100,000 to the global housing nonprofit to support long-term stability for families through safe, affordable housing.
The contribution will support Habitat for Humanity’s Aging in Place program, which provides critical home repairs, modifications, and community services for aging homeowners. D.A. Davidson and Habitat for Humanity have a shared goal of preserving the independence of aging Americans, which has been linked to extended longevity and an overall greater quality of life. Habitat’s Aging in Place program holds significance to D.A. Davidson as one of the firm’s Life’s Key Moments.
“D.A. Davidson continues to be infinitely engaged in the well-being of our clients and communities through each of Life’s Key Moments,” said Andrew Crowell, vice chairman of wealth management at D.A. Davidson. “We are pleased to partner with Habitat for Humanity in their efforts to provide aging Americans with the resources and support needed to feel safer at home.”
About D.A. Davidson Companies
D.A. Davidson Companies is an employee-owned financial services firm offering a range of financial services and advice to individuals, corporations, institutions and municipalities nationwide. Founded in 1935 with corporate headquarters in Great Falls, Montana, and regional headquarters in Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Omaha and Seattle, the company has approximately 1,525 employees and offices in 28 states.
Subsidiaries include: D.A. Davidson & Co., a full-service investment firm providing wealth management, investment banking, equity and fixed income capital markets services, and advice; Davidson Investment Advisors, a professional asset management firm; and D.A. Davidson Trust Company, a trust and wealth management company.
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