School District Funding Program Provides Low-Cost Loans for Schools

Nadia Cavner, the president of the Nadia Cavner Group, has been recognized as one of Barron’s Top 1,000 Financial Advisors. For five consecutive years, she also has earned a place on Barron’s list of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors. In addition, she is an active supporter and advisor of several nonprofits, including the Health and Educational Facilities Authority of St. Louis, Missouri.

The goal of Missouri’s Health and Educational Facilities Authority is to make health and educational services in Missouri more affordable by providing access to low-cost financing. The Authority seeks high-quality, readily available funding for initiatives such as the School District Advance Funding Program.

Since 1985, the School District Advance Funding Program has helped to provide Missouri school districts and community colleges with revenue to cover funding gaps that arise during the fiscal year. The structured financing program offers schools the advantage of low interest rates and shared costs of issuance. Participants also have the security of easy access to funds should an unforeseen budget deficit occur.

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Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness and Prevention

Throughout her career, Nadia Cavner has been featured on a host of prestigious lists recognizing superior financial advisors. Outside of her work, Nadia Cavner serves as a trustee of the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.

There are numerous ways individuals can advocate for breast cancer awareness and support the initiatives established by local and national breast cancer foundations. For example, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., along with a number of similar organizations, accepts direct donations that help women in need afford potentially lifesaving mammograms. The foundation also helps individuals get involved with local charities and establish their own unique charities to benefit breast cancer awareness, prevention, and treatment. To make volunteering easy, the organization provides two programs: the Virtual Volunteer Program, whereby people can use social media to promote awareness and offer prevention tips, and the Outreach Volunteer Program, which is a more traditional, hands-on experience.