PRLog - March 13, 2014 - An article/press statement on Jeffrey Arsenault, expert wealth advisor and hedge fund of funds manager, who will be attending Stepping Stones Museum for Children’s Kaleidoscope Ball, together with fellow philanthropists and arts patrons, which will be held on April 5, 2014 for the benefit of Healthy Children, Healthy Communities initiative.
Norwalk, CT - Expert wealth advisor and hedge fund of funds manager Jeffrey Arsenault, a member of the Stepping Stones Museum for Children’s Board of Directors, pledges his support to the museum’s cause by attending, along with his fellow philanthropists and arts patrons, the upcoming Kaleidoscope Ball which will be held on April 5, 2014.
The premiere gala will begin at 6:30, with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction. A sumptuous dinner prepared by Abigail Kirsch will be served at 8:00, followed by a live auction, dancing, and the honouring of the Stepping Up for Children Awardees: Carol and George Bauer; Connecticut Commission on Children; Elaine Zimmerman; and George A. Coleman.
This year’s Kaleidoscope Ball is centered on the museum’s Healthy Children, Healthy Communities initiative – a signature health initiative based on the premise that early intervention and prevention are critical for establishing healthy lifestyles. Since its inception in 2006, Healthy Children, Healthy Communities has garnered numerous local and national accolades and has impacted nearly 2.2 million people. In order to ensure that the educational resources and programs offered through Healthy Children, Healthy Communities are available to everyone, the proceeds from the Kaleidoscope Ball will benefit the museum’s Open Arms accessibility initiative. The museum expects to serve some 60,000 children and their families annually through Open Arms who otherwise may not be able to access the museum’s resources due to special needs or language barriers or inability to pay
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Mr. Arsenault has earned a reputation as an outstanding fund of funds manager, with a track record of superior risk-adjusted absolute returns. He founded Old Greenwich Capital Partners (“OGCP”) in 2005 to provide a unique access to an exclusive roster of outstanding managers. Mr. Arsenault leverages an extensive network of industry contacts developed over his 25 years of investment experience in the industry. His career history includes being a partner at Paradigm Capital, 13 years in Institutional Sales at Merrill Lynch, and various roles at CIBC World Markets and Gordon Capital. Jeffrey graduated from Boston University and remains highly involved in Boston University’s Advisory Councils. In addition, he is a board member of the Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
Mr. Arsenault is a believer in corporate social responsibility. To that end, he uses his position in order to support several charitable foundations both in Greenwich and New York, among them the Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families (EGSCF), one of the top foster care agencies in the New York City; and the annual east coast Hedge Funds Care, Open Your Heart to the Children Benefit. He also served as one of the organizers of the recent Swing into It Golf Tournament, an annual benefit held to raise funds for Stepping Stone’s various projects and activities.
To register for the Kaleidoscope Ball, please contact Doon Foster, Committee Chair; and Marlene Battista, Vice Chair; or send them a message: email firstname.lastname@example.org. For sponsoring the event please contact: Jennifer Toussaint, 203 899 0606, ext. 292; email@example.com.
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