Serving in Our Communities
At Weatherford Capital, our hope is to improve the lives of many in our communities. We do not have to look too far to see the daily struggle for adequate food, shelter, water, education, healthcare, and employment. As the father of capitalism, Adam Smith wrote,
No society can surely be flourishing and happy, of which the far greater part of the members are poor and miserable.
We believe that generously serving others is the right response to sharing a world that is full of injustice and brokenness. We are convinced that it is more blessed to give than to receive.
TEAM VOLUNTEERING AT MEALS ON WHEELS
DREW SPEAKING IN FRONT OF KELLOGG GRADUATING CLASS
TEAM VOLUNTEERING AT METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES
Will and Family at Winter Wonder Ride 2017
Volunteering with Friends for OnBikes
Will Dedicating McKinley Outpatient Center at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center
Drew Speaking at the Tallahassee Quaterback Club
As a family-owned and relationship-driven firm, Weatherford Capital actively builds long-term partnerships with organizations that share our commitment to excellence, integrity, faith, family, and community. We hope you will be encouraged to learn more about some of our community partners.
Sarah Breseman leads onbikes, a non-profit organization on a mission to bring bicycles to foster kids in our local communities. Because every kid deserves a bike.
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Robert Blount serves as President of Abe Brown Ministries which assists ex-offenders in establishing a relationship with Christ and learning life skills along with the value of gainful employment. The end result is productive citizens in our communities, improving the quality of life for all.
Tim Marks serves as President and CEO of Metropolitan Ministries. He is passionate for its mission to alleviate suffering, promote dignity and instill self-sufficiency for homeless and at-risk families.