December 2022 We are committed to supporting extraordinary organizations. This holiday season once again, we are supporting World Central Kitchen, an incredible global organization focused on providing meals in response to humanitarian, climate, and community crises.
December 2022 IMPACT@BBR is proud to support women and girls’ athletic achievements, professional success and overall well-being through a partnership with Atalanta NYC. Atalanta was founded in 2021 by world class runner Mary Cain. We hope you enjoy and are inspired by a short video which highlights Atalanta’s unique story, and BBR’s important role in it. […]
December 2021 We are committed to supporting organizations that are doing extraordinary work. This holiday season, in appreciation, we supported Start Small Think Big and Year Up. Start Small Think Big is a nonprofit that helps small businesses with high potential and limited access to the resources needed to create thriving businesses. Year Up is a national workforce […]
Introducing Multidimensional Impact at BBR Partners: Expanding Solutions for Client Families; Stephanie Diamond Joins the Team to Lead the Practice NEW YORK, November 15, 2021–( BUSINESS WIRE)– BBR Partners a leading boutique wealth management firm serving wealthy families, announced they are expanding solutions for client families by introducing Multidimensional Impact. Stephanie Diamond, has joined the […]
This holiday season, BBR would like to honor our clients by donating to World Central Kitchen. WCK, founded in 2010, by José and Patricia Andrés, is an organization devoted to providing meals in the wake of natural disasters and times of crisis.
Currently, during the COVID pandemic, WCK is working across America to safely distribute individually packaged, fresh meals in communities that need support. Families can pick up and take home meals, and delivery is provided to seniors who cannot venture outside. With the help of donations like ours, they have shown that there is no place too far or disaster too great for their chefs to be there with a hot plate of food when it’s needed most.
September 10, 2020
Evan, along with other prominent employers and business leaders, signed a letter appealing to Mayor de Blasio for the improvement of essential services in the city. In it, the leaders offer the collaboration of the business community, to help solve some of the city’s pressing problems in the wake of COVID-19. They also express confidence in New York’s resiliency and vibrancy as a unique center of global commerce, and support for any efforts to restore it to pre-pandemic stature.
June 12, 2020
The past few weeks have been a time for honesty and action. Last week, we shared the following message with our staff and now we do the same with you, our friends and colleagues: Our hearts go out to the families of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and families of far too many other Black people that have been the victims of tragic, violent racist crimes. As leaders of BBR, we unequivocally condemn racism of any kind; overt, subtle, systemic or institutional.
BBR has never, nor would we ever, tolerate racist or biased behavior of any kind, but it is no longer enough to not be racist. We will continue to be an anti-racist organization proactively doing what we can to redress racial inequality.
We know we have work to do when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion at BBR. The more diverse we are as an organization, the better and stronger we will be, and we are dedicated to making that a reality. We are more committed than ever to ensuring that BBR is an inclusive place where everyone feels comfortable, supported, and can succeed.
We are not writing this just to highlight our awareness of and deep concern over this national problem, but rather to say that we as a firm will undertake the introspection and hard work necessary to challenge ourselves to do better and to be better.
As a small first step, the Partnership for NYC released an open letter calling for united efforts to achieve racial justice. It is signed by 191 of New York City’s top business leaders from all sectors of the economy. Evan Roth, on behalf of BBR has signed the Partnership for NYC letter.
We know this is just the start of an ongoing process and are holding ourselves accountable to concrete action.
Silence is not an option, but words are not enough.
This holiday season, BBR honored our clients by donating to StreetWise Partners, a non-profit organization that works to transform the lives and careers of young professionals.
StreetWise Partners runs a mentorship program for unemployed or underemployed people 18 and over from underserved communities in New York City, Washington D.C and Detroit; and individuals facing limitations and challenges around obtaining work, education, access to professional networks and role models, and unstable housing. BBR is dedicated to StreetWise Partners’ cause and we are excited to continue to support this wonderful organization! If you are interested in learning more about this organization, please visit their website: https://streetwisepartners.org/.