Aristotle in the Community
Aristotle Capital Management is committed to active participation in our community both locally and nationally. We partner with a number of outstanding organizations that advance health and education, the arts and youth services to not only support their valuable missions but also to enrich our own lives through teamwork and continuous learning.
Our people volunteer their time and expertise in many different ways. Our staff and their families support the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Blind Children’s Center in Los Angeles, Skirball Cultural Center, Hathaway Children Services, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Westside Family YMCA, Cedars-Sinai Prostate Cancer Center, Valley Charter School, Beach Cities Health District Finance Committee, Beverly Hills Basketball League, Orange County Youth Sports Foundation, UC Irvine Chancellors Club, UC Irvine Athletic Association, and the Emphysema Foundation, among others.
We are proud of our people and their dedication to the community.
Steichen Gift – February 2013
Our Chairman Richard Hollander and his wife, Jackie Hollander, gifted 142 photographs by renowned 20th century photographer, Edward Steichen, to the following institutions:
- • Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) – Los Angeles, CA
- • Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University – Evanston, IL
- • Whitney Museum of American Art – New York, NY
Presenting this gift to three outstanding institutions across the United States represents the Hollanders’ commitment for the collection to have the greatest accessibility to the public across the nation, from coast to coast. Their hope is that the gift will provide an opportunity for students, art enthusiasts, and the general public to gain increased appreciation for Edward Steichen and his ability to inspire.
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Toigo Foundation – February 2013
Aristotle recently became an institutional donor to the Toigo Foundation. Toigo encourages diversity in the finance industry and strives to support minority professionals who are committed to finance and applying to U.S. based two-year M.B.A. programs.