Listed among Barron’s Top 1,000 Financial Advisors for two consecutive years, Nadia Cavner formerly managed her own investment firm. Now, she dedicates much of her time to philanthropic pursuits and regularly advocates for refugees through her work with the Assyrian Church of the East. In addition, Nadia Cavner has been a major donor to Care to Learn. An organization meets the emergent needs of students in the areas of health, hunger, and hygiene.
An organization founded by fellow Springfield, MO businessman and philanthropist, Doug Pitt, Care to Learn’s vision is that all students will have the confidence, self-worth, and resources to maximize their learning potential and become self-sufficient citizens. In a groundbreaking and trailblazing program, students with unmet health, hunger, and hygiene needs are identified by school district faculty and staff. Anyone from a school bus driver to a principal can report a student need to their school district’s Chapter Liaison to request support through their Care to Learn Chapter. This model allows each Care to Learn Chapter to meet the unique needs of local students in their partner school district. As a flexible fund, student needs can be met quickly and confidentially to ensure unmet health, hunger, and hygiene needs do not stand in the way of student success
Join Nadia Cavner today by lending a helping hand to Care to Learn. Log onto CareToLearn.org for more.