At Black Legend Capital, we strive to strengthen the place we do business in and share our success within our community by giving back to non-profits organizations that address vital social and economic issues.
Foster Mother’s Day
with Foster Care Counts
On Mother’s Day at the Willows Community School in Culver City, California, Foster Care Counts hosted their eighth annual Foster Mother’s Day event. Claudia Della Mora, Co-Founder and CEO of Black Legend Capital, was one of hundreds of volunteers who gave their time to make this event, which is dedicated to recognizing foster parents and empowering foster youth. Claudia works year-round with several non-profit organizations like Foster Care Counts to generate a positive impact in her community. Black Legend Capital emphasizes excellence through relationship-building and teamwork – that’s why we value getting involved in the community and helping others. For Claudia, giving back to the community is both personally and professionally rewarding, because it inspires leadership and collaboration within her employees and makes them proud of their company.
Foster Care Counts, a non-profit branch of the Pritzker Foundation, partnered with corporations like Target, Nestle, Wolfgang Puck, The Book Foundation, and more to celebrate foster parents and foster youth. The event was filled with food, entertainment, relaxation, and fun for the 2,000 foster parents and children who attended. Highlights included a kids’ area with games and activities, spa treatments, and family portraits to commemorate the day. On her experience of the event Claudia stated, “I am honored to be able to serve the foster community and be involved with such an amazing organization like Foster Care Counts. Supporting this Mother’s Day event taught me a lot, and finally gave a deeper meaning and purpose to the skills and challenges we face daily in the business world.” Claudia continues to be actively involved in her community and offers her skills to various community service and outreach efforts like Foster Care Counts when she is not working.
Children’s Trust Fund
At BLC, we strive to strengthen the place we do business in and share our success within our community by giving back to non-profits organizations that address vital social and economic issues.
We have a special relationship with the Children’s Trust Fund of Los Angeles. The Children’s Trust Fund has provided a wide range of services and self-development opportunities for foster children.