Businesses are no exception to the rule, and CEO Antranik Kabajouzian with his staff at Bay Area Equity Group have partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank for the past three years to provide those less fortunate with food for the holidays. Last year, Bay Area Equity Group was able to raise enough in donations feed 25,000 families within Santa Clara County. In addition to Bay Area Equity Group’s work with Second Harvest Food Bank, the company has also provided annual sponsorship support to the Campbell Veterans Memorial Foundation.
This year, Bay Area Equity Group is pleased to announce the Bay Area Bridges program. In addition to helping those less fortunate during the holidays, Bay Area Equity Group has decided to make its resources available to those less fortunate throughout the year. Whether services are needed, sponsorship, funding support, or volunteer hours, the staff at Bay Area Equity Group are prepared to lend a helping hand. The program is slated to last indefinitely, and those in need will simply need to prepare a proposal detailing support requirements for submission at Bay Area Equity Group’s offices located at Pruneyard Tower One, 1901 South Bascom Ave. #1325 in Campbell, CA 95008. In a desire to keep the program flexible, Bay Area Bridges will be open to both organizations and individuals who are able to demonstrate a real need within their community.
Bay Area Equity Group is a real estate investment brokerage based in Campbell, California. In addition to providing double digit returns through real estate investment to its clients, Bay Area Equity Group also provides self directed retirement strategy services through its Bay Area Self Direct division.