Community

At Paradise Cay Financial, we commit ourselves to supporting not only our clients, but the growth and development of our entire community. Whether currently active or past participant, we know that the collective success of our communities is built upon the basis of uplifting those around us.


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Herb Foedisch proudly serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin (SVdP). Herb has served on the Board of Directors since 2008. He has led many of SVdP's community fundraisers and spearheaded facility renovation projects while in his previous roles on the Board as Development Chair and Vice President.

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin received a $10,000 grant from the Northwestern Mutual Foundation in recognition of Herb’s outstanding volunteer involvement, as part of the company’s 17th annual national Community Service Award program. Foedisch is one of 26 financial representatives recognized as a top volunteer. Since the start of the Community Service Award program in 1995, the Northwestern Mutual Foundation has donated more than $3 million on behalf of its representatives to over 300 non-profit organizations across the country.

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World Central Kitchen

Our team was proud to partner with our clients, friends, and family to raise funds for World Central Kitchen. WCK is a non-profit organization with boots on the ground in Ukraine and bordering countries to serve meals to refugees who travel for days without food. Together, we raised more than $20,000. Hundreds of families in Ukraine and bordering countries will feel this impact directly.


San Francisco Firefighter’s Toy Program

The San Francisco Firefighter’s Toy Program was established in 1949 and is the nation’s oldest program of its kind. In 2020 alone, more than 200,000 toys were distributed to more than 40,000 children in need. Year-round, the program delivers toys to victims of disasters such as fire or flood. During the holidays, toys are delivered to shelters for abused women and children, cancer wards, AIDS units, and inner-city schools. We’re proud to support this organization of such great impact.

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We help our clients achieve financial peace of mind, but there are many less fortunate. Millions in our communities face the unfathomable hardship that comes with food insecurity. We like to direct our resources into something with impact. Through our partnership with the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, our team and clients have given nearly $20,000 to help put food on the table for local families. Thank you for helping us make an impact for our neighbors in need!


An international movement helping families in need, The Salvation Army brings hope and resources to more than 23 million families in the U.S. alone. Wynne on our team is an active volunteer with The Salvation Army. You might even find her playing the piano at her local Salvation Army church.


GLIDE is a nationally recognized center for social justice, dedicated to fighting systemic injustices, creating pathways out of poverty and crisis, and transforming lives. Our team is actively involved in supporting GLIDE and serving food to the homeless. This is an incredible opportunity to give back and directly serve those in need in our communities.


Boys Team Charity was founded by families that wanted to teach their 7th-12th grade boys the importance of giving back and making a difference in their local community. Josh and his sons volunteer side-by-side to strengthen their community and family relationship. The Boys Team Charity is dedicated to developing an altruistic spirit in young men through active participation of parents and sons in philanthropic projects in their communities.


St. Monica’s CYO Basketball Program serves boys and girls (2nd – 8th grades) and provides for the development of people’s spiritual, emotional, social, and physical potential. Based on Catholic values, CYO offers guidance to assist young people as they assume responsibility for themselves and for their relationship with their faith, peers and community. Josh served as CYO Athletic Director from 2013-2018 and remains active in his church and his community.