Community Involvement

Friends Helping Friends

At Summit Financial Partners we not only care about our clients but we are committed to community involvement. We feel it is our responsibility to make a positive impact in the communities we serve whether it's through financial resources or volunteering time. There are several local charities and organizations that we donate funds and other resources to. Learn a little about some of them here. 

Saint Patrick School

It is the mission of Saint Patrick School to teach their students to act justly, love and serve one another, and walk humbly with God. Their goal is to develop the spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, and social attributes of their students so that they will become service-oriented citizens prepared to meet the challenges of a complex society and we are happy to support them in their efforts. 

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St. Patrick Parish

In communion with the Roman Catholic Church throughout the world, St. Patrick Parish seeks to further the mission of Jesus Christ: that all may know God’s love for them, and grow in union with God and one another. They move from the table of the Lord to proclaim God’s presence in our world today through a variety of ministries. Manifesting the life of the Holy Spirit in our midst, they strive to be a welcoming community where faith finds expression in service and we are happy to support them in their efforts. 

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Woburn Council of Social Concern

Woburn Council of Social Concern is a charitable, community-based agency responding to the basic needs of people of all ages, providing early childhood education and care, helping individuals develop their potential, creating positive family and community relationships, and fostering respect for diversity. We are happy to support them in their efforts. 

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THANK YOU NOTE

Mr. Skinner,

Representative Donato gave me the Stop & Shop Gift Cards you sent for a young family whose 5 year old child is fighting cancer. As a result, mom had to take a leave of absence from work and they have been struggling. Those gift cards will help make sure they have some groceries on the table.

Thank you and God Bless!

Rep. Steven Ultrino

LETTER FROM A FRIEND

Hi Ryan,

How are you doing? Once again, thank you for your ongoing, extremely generous, financial support of my (awesome) high school education at Arlington Catholic. As I've expressed before, I fully enjoy every day at AC, from the classes, teachers, friends, clubs, sports, and so much more! My mom and I are, of course, are forever grateful that you, an alumnus of AC, are enabling me to share in this amazing experience of strengthening my mind, body, and spirit. Thanks to you, I can earn the tools to work toward having a bright future and a memorable high school career. Both academically and athletically, I am doing great so far, and I love the feeling of community ... whether walking down the halls, going on a club field trip, going to church or Campus Ministry group, or playing sports with my friends. Someday, I hope to be able to repay this priceless gift and treasure you've chosen to "pass forward" to us!

Read the rest of the letter here.

THANK YOU NOTE

Hi Ryan,

I want to thank you again for introducing me to Artie and for all the support and encouragement. Hopefully we can get together again soon. Say Hi to Marie!!

God is Great

John DelSignore

LETTER FROM A FRIEND 

Two paths, shaped by suffering and sadness, were crossed in God's Power to produce a wonderful miracle. Ryan Skinner's life, from darkness and addiction to success and charity, coupled with my own ... cluttered with custody and messy court orders, abuse and hardship. My mom struggled to keep me at Saint Patrick School, Catholic education always a priority in our family. Deacon Frank, our friend and confidante at St. Pat's, connected us with Ryan Skinner, who wanted to make a true and lasting difference in someone's life.

That someone turned out to be me. My mom and I always prayed that I'd be able to attend a Catholic high school, but with our tight financial circumstances, scholarship money was our only hope.

Read the rest of the letter here.


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