Marin School of the Arts
Marin School of the Arts at Novato High, is a specialized performing, visual arts and design program. MSA offers students, who are passionate about the arts, the benefits of a traditional high school with strong academics combined with college-level arts training. Lifeguard Wealth is a Corporate Business Partner supporting the good work that MSA is doing to help art students uncover their passion in life.
World Bicycle Relief
World Bicycle Relief provides bikes that help people prosper in rural Africa. They provide specially-designed, locally assembled bicycles to entrepreneurs, healthcare workers and students across rural Africa through sustainable work-to-own programs. As an avid bike rider, Joe has participated in a number of giving back rides in support of World Bicycle Relief. Starting in 2016, Lifeguard Wealth is now a corporate sponsor of World Bicycle Relief and will be making regular contributions to this worthy cause.
Stanford Buck/Cardinal Club
The Stanford Buck/Cardinal Club supports every student-athlete, every coach and every sport. The fund helps cover expenses on and off the field and maintains Stanford’s long tradition of excellence in college athletics. As a former student-athlete at Stanford University, Joe understands the commitment it takes to perform in both the classroom and on the field (or pool in his case). Joe Delaney and Lifeguard Wealth make annual contributions to support Stanford Athletics and volunteer at various Stanford events.
100 People Who Care Marin County
100+ People Who Care is a circle of like-minded, philanthropic individuals who are dedicated to enhancing the support and awareness of Marin County nonprofits. Founded in January 2015, the group has over 120 members and a host of additional local enthusiasts supporting local Marin based charities. Lifeguard Wealth was involved with 100+ People Who Care from its early days. As a original Charter Member, Lifeguard Wealth continues to support this worthy cause with semi-annual contributions to this Giving Circle.
San Francisco-Marin Food Bank
The SF-Marin Food Bank goal is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin. It’s a huge job that’s only gotten harder as the community struggles with a prolonged period of economic distress and record numbers of people are pushed to the point of hunger. Joe Delaney, starting in 2007, along with ProVisors, organizes an annual giving back day at the San Francisco Food Bank. To date they have volunteered over 1,000 hours helping to repackage donated food into manageable quantities to be distributed to those in need.