Magellan Financial Continues Charitable Trend

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Lehigh County wealth management firm raises the bar for its charitable contributions.

Allentown, PA: Magellan Financial, Inc., a wealth management firm located in Allentown, PA has continually set a high standard for giving back to their community. Over the past several years, they have grown their amount of total contributions to both local and nationally organized non-profits, proving that giving back is more than just the right thing to do - its a fundamental aspect of their company culture.

Jon Soden, Partner at Magellan Financial, expressed humble gratitude as well as optimism about the work these non-profits are doing on all fronts, “As Magellan Financial looks forward to providing sound advice and financial success for our clients, sharing that success with organizations working for the betterment of the Lehigh Valley and our world as a whole has always been considered an obligation of ours”.

Magellan has continually made good on that obligation. Since 2012, they have increased their charitable contributions by over 80%, with an expected additional 20% increase for 2015. A few of the organizations that Magellan has supported include the local Kiwanis, United Way, Charter School of the Performing Arts, the Allentown Art Museum, Upper Macungie Fire Dept., and Suburban North YMCA.

To learn more about Magellan Financial and their work, visit http://www.magellanlv.com.

**About Magellan Financial, Inc.**

Magellan Financial, Inc. is committed to a team environment. Each financial advisor on their team contributes to our ability to offer comprehensive financial services to those in Allentown, PA, as well as Bethlehem, PA, the greater Lehigh Valley, PA, and customers nationwide. With more than 100 years of combined experience, a collaborative environment and an unbending focus on defining and achieving their clients’ objectives, the eight members of their team work every day to provide a different approach to wealth management.

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