At four years old, Alexandra Scott held her first lemonade stand to help doctors find the cure for cancer, raising over $2,000, all while battling cancer.
Four years later, she left behind a legacy that remains alive today through Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, having just reached her goal of raising $1 million.
With childhood cancer being the leading cause of death by disease in children, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation not only funds childhood cancer research, but it provides impacted children and families with the support and resources they may need.
At Meanix Robustelli Wealth Management Group, we partner with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to get closer to finding a cure for all children with cancer.
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is a nonprofit hospital dedicated to providing the best care for children and their families.
As the first pediatric hospital in the U.S., Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia set innovative milestones and continues to advance pediatric healthcare through research and opportunity.
Not only are they helping sick children get better, but they offer advocacy and early intervention programs for the community.
Meanix Robustelli Wealth Management Group supports Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia devotion to securing a healthy future for families.
Heart Leaf Center Founders, Sheri Mitschelen, LCSW, RPT-S and Lisa Lam, LCSW created the vision for The Heart Leaf Center with a common goal to help children and families in our community access services specializing in play therapy. Both Sheri and Lisa believe play therapy is the most effective modality when working with youth and commit to creating an inclusive play therapy environment for direct service and training. At Meanix Robustelli Wealth Management Group, we support the Heart Leaf Foundation and their mission of introducing alternative therapeutic solutions for children and their families.
FC DELCO creates a fun and challenging experience that inspires creativity, competitiveness, and respect. Since 1982, FC DELCO has enriched players', families' and coaches' lives through soccer. Their nationally recognized program has won eight national championships, countless region and state titles, and has placed more players in NCAA collegiate programs than any other club in Pennsylvania.
Good Works is a Christian nonprofit organization, founded in 1988, and dedicated to repairing homes and restoring hope for low-income families and individuals who are below 200 percent of the federal poverty level in Chester County, PA.
Founded in 2005 by Jun and Richard Kentwell, WC Eagles is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to provide elite field hockey training and to provide each of its players with critical life skills to use in college, the workforce, and in life. The success and talent level of WC Eagles field hockey players—both on and off the pitch—are a testament to the impact the club has had on the growth of field hockey in the United States. WC Eagles teams consistently perform on the national and international level; its players and alumnae are well-represented on the USA Field Hockey national teams at all levels; and, to date, among over 550 players committed to play collegiately, 81% are NCAA D1 (with 12% being Ivy League) and 19% are NCAA D2/D3.
The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Throughout the Greater Philadelphia region, they serve more than 180,000 members and 240,000 individuals a year- regardless of age, income, or background. Their mission is all about connecting people to healthier lives - in mind, body, and spirit.