Cantera Financial Associates of Thrivent Financial Changes Name To IntentGen Financial Partners, Raises $36,500 To Help Local Charities

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At its recent community impact event at Naperville’s Cress Creek Country Club, Cantera Financial Associates of Thrivent Financial in Naperville, and their clients helped raise $36,500 for local organizations and shared future plans by unveiling a new name: IntentGen Financial Partners.

IntentGen Financial Partners and its clients raise $36,500 for local organizations during its recent community impact event.

Our mission is to strengthen the community by empowering people to make intentional financial decisions to live with greater purpose.We were thrilled to have to so many clients, guests and our partnering organizations come to our event and live out our mission.

At its recent community impact event at Naperville’s Cress Creek Country Club, Cantera Financial Associates of Thrivent Financial in Naperville, and their clients helped raise $36,500 for local organizations and shared future plans by unveiling a new name: IntentGen Financial Partners.

To help celebrate, IntentGen Financial Partners, which is an independent practice of the Thrivent Financial Network, invited 14 local nonprofit partners such as Bridge Communities in Glen Ellyn, DuPage PADS in Wheaton and Hesed House in Aurora to share information with clients and guests who then in turn made pledges to donate or to volunteer as they made their way around the room learning about each nonprofit group. Showing its strong commitment, IntentGen Financial Partners matched generous donations made throughout the night by their clients. When the totals were counted, IntentGen raised $36,500.

Candy Egan, the company’s manager of client experience, was very pleased with the turnout.

“Our mission is to strengthen the community by empowering people to make intentional financial decisions to live with greater purpose,” Egan said. “We were thrilled to have to so many clients, guests and our partnering organizations come to our event and live out our mission.”

Susan Brown, founder and director of Pray!Naperville, a nonprofit whose goal is to unite the whole body of Christ together to worship God and pray for the City of Naperville, sees the provider as a godsend.

“Everyone at IntentGen is absolutely wonderful!” Brown said. “IntentGen is a gift to us. It is an organization that is of high integrity, highly professional and competent, yet, very caring.”

Zachary Larson, IntentGen’s founding partner and wealth advisor, explained that in addition to the new beneficial changes, the company is still rooted in its longstanding mission to the community and their clients.

“We look forward to helping even more people plan intentionally and live generously in order to maximize impact to their families, our community and the world,” he said.

For information about IntentGen Financial Partners, visit https://intentgen.com/.

About IntentGen
PLAN INTENTIONALLY. LIVE GENEROUSLY.
These two simple phrases have guided CEOs and Wealth Advisors Zac Larson and Corey Schmidt for nearly 40 combined years, both with their clients and in their personal lives. It has been the cornerstone of their practice and now it’s the inspiration for their new name – IntentGen Financial Partners.
As an independent practice of Thrivent Financial, IntentGen Financial Partners retains the best that Thrivent offers, but can now offer new ways to serve their clients and their community in ways even greater than before. By empowering people to make wise financial decisions, IntentGen Financial Partners helps clients plan intentionally and live generously in order to maximize the impact on their families and their communities.

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