HCM Out and About in our Community
Our connection to Cincinnati goes beyond providing retirement and wealth planning services to the Greater Cincinnati community. We enjoy getting out and supporting local charities.
Goering Center Family & Private Business Award Semi-Finalist
We are excited to announce that we have been named semi-finalists for the Goering Center Family & Private Business Awards.
“Our entire team at HCM is honored for this recognition from the Goering Center. We continue to benefit from our involvement in the programs they offer. We are truly grateful for being named semi-finalist,” said Hengehold Capital President, Mike Hengehold.
As a semi-finalist, Hengehold Capital Management will be further evaluated by an independent panel of judges who will be looking at the breakthroughs and accomplishments that distinguished their business – and the Cincinnati region – in 2018.
Adopt A Class Foundation
Supporting the mission of the Adopt A Class Foundation, connecting businesses with inner-city youth, we are very excited to be mentoring a class from Westwood School! Our activities have included:
• Decorating pumpkins for Halloween
• Budgeting for Christmas shopping
• Christmas party to celebrate the holidays.
Here is a photo from a recent visit to the classroom
Alzheimer’s Association Walk
HCM proudly supports the Alzheimer’s Association. For the past couple of years, a team of HCM employees, spouses and children walked to raise money for the local chapter.
Ronald McDonald House of Charities - Serving dinner to the 80 families that live here.
Casey grilling the chicken. Jim preparing the chicken nuggets.
The HCM team and family members.
Accounting for Kids Day
A team of HCM employees (Jim, Casey, Jake and Jayme) volunteered at Sayler Park School as part of Accounting for Kids® Day. Accounting for Kids® Day is a financial literacy initiative offering financial business professionals the chance to give back to their communities by volunteering to help children at local schools understand the fundamental concepts of finance, accounting and economics.
Elder Young Alumni Organize Community Action
Steve Hengehold, a member of the Elder High School Young Alumni Impact Board, helped organize an event that restored 20 dilapidated lots in Price Hill. The Elder Young Alumni Impact Board is currently partnering the non-profit Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and Cincinnati Mayor Cranley’s Private Lot Abatement Program to continue the school’s tradition of giving back to its community by teaming up with residents, businesses, and neighborhood groups.
On September 26th, a team of HCM employees, spouses and children walked to raise money for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Checkout our Facebook page for more photos from the walk.
Supporting the mission of Cincinnati Adopt-a-Class, connecting businesses with inner-city youth, we are very excited to be mentoring a class of 4th graders from Westwood School!