Capital Group SOV 22

Published: April 13, 2022

Capital Group

Honoree’s Name: Neil Brosnahan

Award Category: Public Health & Safety

Why This Volunteer is Extraordinary:

Neil Brosnahan

Neil has been working tirelessly with CHOC as the Corporate Engagement Advisor for the CHOC Gaming Committee, which is a sub-committee of the Board for CHOC that advises and plans events and activities throughout the year to harness all the goodness that can come from Gaming Related Companies, Organizations, and other Non-Profits.

In addition, he has joined the Board of Advisors for GameChanger, a nonprofit that works with many hospitals and patient centers around the world that is focused on leveraging technology and innovation to improve the lives of hospitalized children.

He hopes that children patients and their families’ day is a bit better based on technology, programs, services, and care that CHOC and/or GameChanger brings to life.

Honoree’s Name: Kevin Butscher

Award Category: Public Health & Safety

Why This Volunteer is Extraordinary:

Kevin Butscher

Kevin Butscher is a nonprofit board member for Friends of Leaps and Bounds (FOLB), serving people with disabilities with therapy with a use of a horse (hippatherapy). He is the Chair of Friends of Leaps and Bounds Adapting Riding committee, which just received board approval to expand an additional site to also support mental health, and veterans. His passion and drive to help those who are neurodiverse is extraordinary and he is incredibly passionate in getting help for those who need it.

 

Honoree’s Name: Jenny Darlington

Award Category: Economic & Workforce Development

Why This Volunteer is Extraordinary:

Jenny Darlington

Jenny leads CG for Grameen Foundation, which works to empower the poor (especially women) to create a world without poverty and hunger for the last 5 years. She Joined the Board of Directors for Grameen Foundation in 2021 and serves on the Finance committee, Development/Fundraising Committee and the 25th Anniversary committee. She loves educating others and opening their eyes to the people in need and work that needs to be done.

 

Honoree’s Name: Swithin Lindbeck

Award Category: Public Health & Safety

Why This Volunteer is Extraordinary:

Swithin Lindbeck

Swithin was a new board member to Orange County Human Relations and organized and facilitated a screening and discussion panel of “Let the People Decide.”

Honoree’s Name: Hemant Mistry

Award Category: Economic & Workforce Development

Why This Volunteer is Extraordinary:

Hemant Mistry

Hemant is on the Executive Committee for Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. He is also the Chair of the Major Gift Committee, focused on helping new and long-term major gift programs for both Major Gift personal donors and corporate/foundation donors to ensure long-term support for LA Ronald McDonald House. He was also on the advisory board/co-chair of fundraising committee for Asians for Miracle Marrow Matches (A3M), raising awareness to the Be The Match registry in hopes that it can save lives for patients who have blood cancers by doing a bone marrow procedure. He’s always been passionate about giving back to the community at a young age and truly believes every one of us can do something for others.


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  1. Five of our brightest stars as most compassionate associates. So proud to be associated to each and every one of you and see the great work you are doing!

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