Rosland Capital employees were in good spirits the morning of Sunday, April 30. Joined by CEO Marin Aleksov, they gathered at Wilson Plaza on UCLA’s campus bright and early for a special event, the Bruin Run/Walk.
In its 18th year, the annual event benefits Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA Chase Child Life Program. Established in 1968, the program helps critically and chronically ill children and their families acclimate to the healthcare environment with the support from child life specialists.
Aleksov and his colleagues joined several hundred people from the community as they walked the 5k to raise money and awareness of the program.
In addition to participating in the run/walk, Rosland Capital was a sponsor of the event. In total, more than $75,000 was raised for the Chase Child Life Program.
Rosland Capital has supported UCLA in the past by partnering with UCLA’s Veteran Resource Office to provide education, wellness and financial resources for veteran students at the university.
On Monday, May 30, Team Rosland Capital participated in the 6th Annual Walk for Warriors Memorial Day 5K. The event benefited New Directions for Veterans, which provides programs and services, veteran service agencies and shelter/housing opportunities to help veterans get back on their feet after returning home from war. Fox 11 news anchor Christine Devine hosted the event. In its third consecutive year, Rosland Capital was named the top fundraiser of the event, raising more than $10,000 for the organization.
Rosland Capital released their latest television ad this week featuring spokesman William Devane. The spot highlights the Rosland Capital partnership with Fisher House Foundation and Valour Place. Each sale of a silver maple leaf coin will result in a $1 donation to Fisher House and Valour Place.