IN THE COMMUNITY
A strong sense of community and giving back is firmly rooted within the Five Points Capital team. We are committed to serving others in meaningful and impactful ways, and are proud of what we do both in and outside of the office.
Project Mask WS
Mary Lou, Administrative Manager, has been working diligently making masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has made over 300 masks for various recipients, including Project Mask WS, nursing homes, family, friends and her Five Points team members. Five Points also provided financial support to Project Mask WS.
Toys for Tots Team Bike Build
2019 Habit for Humanity Team
Mabuhay Deseret Activity Center
During the 2019 holiday season, the Five Points team purchased and built 14 children's bicycles and donated them along with children's bike helmets and sports equipment to our local Toys for Tots, a Marines organization.
In November 2019, the Five Points team partnered with Habitat for Humanity again to spend a day in the community helping to build a house for a disabled veteran. We perfected our flooring, table saw and door installation skills!
Scott Snow, Partner, and his family traveled to the Philippines the Summer of 2019 to help setup an activity center for Mabuhay Deseret. They collected toys and hygiene kit items before leaving the U.S. and provided them to this non-profit that does free surgeries for cleft palate, club feet and other maladies.
Methodist Hurricane Kits
2018 Habitat for Humanity Team
Trained Therapy Dog
Tom Westbrook, Managing Partner, put together hurricane relief kits with his Methodist church this 2019 hurricane season.
In November 2018, the Five Points team partnered with Habitat for Humanity and AmeriCorps team Delta 1 to spend a day in the community helping to build a house.
Dudley Commander's 12 year old Maltese Poodle, Madison, is a member of Elite Canine's Comfort Dogs team. She visits a local hospice house, various assisted living facilities and attends community events.
Hurricane Florence Relief Team Project
Greensboro Farmer’s Market SNAP/EBT Program
2017 Elementary School Team
In October 2018, our team purchased and collected household items that filled six cars to donate to Hurricane Florence victims in partnership with Centenary United Methodist Church.
Brent Kulman, Director of Business Development, is very involved with the Greensboro Farmer's Market. Among many of the ways the market assists the local community is through their SNAP/EBT program to provide affordable, fresh produce.
In October 2017, the Five Points team painted rocks with grades K-3 then completed a landscape project to create a rock garden to provide a new learning area for the students.
Hurricane Harvey Relief Team Project
The Five Points team filled 20 buckets with much needed household supplies for hurricane victims in Houston.