Doing Good for Our Communities

People are at the heart of everything we do at Qualified Plan Advisors. Our associates and advisors live in big cities and small towns, along the coast and in the heartland. Some of us might say soda while others of us say pop. Some of us grew up riding subways while others rode horses. No matter where we’re from, one thread binds us all – to be positive contributors within the communities we love. Here are a few of the ways we choose to support and uplift our neighbors.

Kickball Tournament

Team members laced up their shoes and got their hamstrings all stretcheded out. The first-ever kickball tournament was put on to reaise funds for the Junior Achievement of Greater Kansas City. JA offer’s volunteer-delivered, kindergarten through 12th grade programs that foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills.


Cleanup at Holy Family Church

The Giesting Financial team volunteered their time and spent a day cleaning up the outside of Holy Family Church. In addition to the cleanup day, the team located in Columbus collected donations for Riley Children’s Hospital.


Great River Faith in Action Volunteer Day

The Minneapolis office partnered with Great River Faith in Action (GRFIA). GRFIA gives support to community members who are elderly or homebound. During their volunteer day they spent their time working on landscaping for an elderly couple as well as delivering beds to those in need.


Hurrican Fiona Support

The Springfield office enjoyed an evening of volunteering with Convoy of Hope to assist in packing thousands of hygiene kits for the Hurricane Fiona victims in Puerto Rico. Convoy of Hope is a nonprofit humanitarian organization, which works alongside communities to bring solutions to the root causes of poverty and hunger.


Father’s Club Mission Cup Golf Tournament

Several employees volunteered at the annual Father’s Club Mission Cup Golf Tournament. The Father’s Club is a dad-led, grass roots effort promoting intentionally around dads’ relationships and time spent with their families, with each other and within the community. The hope is that such intention will help empower parents to be a catalyst for change in the areas of mental health, teen suicide, substance abuse, technology addiction, self-worth, anxiety and stronger families.


Wild Game Dinner Fundraiser

The office in Boerne, TX took part in the Wild Game Dinner to help raise funds for the Kendall County Jr. Livestock Association. The funds raised will provide more opportunites to the local youth through scholarships, educational programs, and leadership camps


Community Involvement