Five Acres, a child and family service organization, and Gamble Jones Investment Counsel, a leader in wealth management, have announced a strategic partnership in conjunction with Five Acres’ new Corporate Partnership Program. The partnership provides Five Acres and Gamble Jones the opportunity to heighten the visibility of both agencies and advocate for the more than 20,000 children currently living in foster care in L.A. County. The new partnership highlights both agencies’ commitment to the safety and well-being of the children and families in our community.
Gamble Jones Investment Counsel will partner with Five Acres for the annual advocacy campaign promoting National Child Abuse Prevention Month this April, rooted in community awareness, safety, and keeping families together. The corporate partnership will include co-branding of the two agencies, in-service days, and a cross promotion of both of their services.
“We know the importance of investing in our community and we are proud to partner with Five Acres – an amazing organization that has served children and families for over 129 years!” said Alison Gamble, President of Gamble Jones Investment Counsel.
Gamble Jones was founded in 1956 to serve the investment needs of individuals, families and non-profit organizations. Managing over $1 billion in client assets, Gamble Jones Investment Counsel serves clients through a seasoned team of relationship managers, investment analysts and a Client Service Team. Gamble Jones founder, James N. Gamble, was the great grandson of David Gamble, founder of Proctor and Gamble. Jim’s vision in 1956 was to create a firm that could do more than exclusively offer portfolio management advice. He wanted the firm to be a family office that could serve as a resource for clients in the numerous areas of their finances as well.
“Partnering with Gamble Jones, a longstanding community establishment with a shared mission of serving the needs of children and families in our backyard, is a privilege for Five Acres and an opportunity with their support to expand more awareness of the critical need of keeping families safe and intact. Thank you Gamble Jones for your care and heart!” said Jennifer Berger, Five Acres Chief Advancement Officer.
Five Acres is a child and family service agency ensuring every child has a safe, healthy and permanent family solution through advocacy, prevention and evidence-based services. Established as an orphanage in 1888, today Five Acres offers programs spanning a full continuum of care including community – based counseling and support services, intensive residential care, a therapeutic school for special needs students, and foster care and adoption services. In 2015, Five Acres served over 8,700 children and their families across five counties. Visit 5acres.org for more information.