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In the Community

Success in Business is Tied to the Success of our Communities.

“The leadership and workforce at Business Capital contribute to making our company truly great. Our drive to create a strong business and building a better world are not incompatible ideals, but rather harmonious goals essential for long-term success and reward.” — Chuck Doyle, Managing Director, Business Capital

Business Capital recognizes the importance of being involved in the community, making positive contributions to society and supporting charitable programs that help shape the future of  our world.

We are committed to being an active corporate citizen and working to make a meaningful difference in the communities in which we work and live and the planet we inhabit.  As we see it, providing true value is not only defined by capital contributions, but also by dedicating time and resources to be involved in fundraising and other volunteerism efforts.

The issues and organizations we support include:

 Team IMPACT is a non-profit chartered to improve the quality of life for children facing life-threatening illnesses. The organization’s model is harnessing the power of teamwork by matching these courageous kids with college athletic teams. Team IMPACT children are drafted onto local college athletic teams and, to the greatest extent possible, become an official member of the team for the duration of their treatment and beyond. For more information, visit: www.goteamimpact.org

Chuck Doyle currently serves on the Board of Directors in an effort to assist the foundation in providing children a cherished diversion from their medical realities and great benefit from a unique and unparalleled support system. Click here to read more about Chuck’s personal involvement.

 Squaw Valley Ski Museum Foundation collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets western skiing heritage and celebrates the legacy of the 1960 Olympic Winter Games. The Foundation’s vision is to build and establish a cultural center where the evolution of skiing in the Sierra Nevada can be researched, studied, displayed and enjoyed in a modern facility of architectural interest that will create a cultural experience for visitors to the area.The Museum will exhibit over 150 years of winter sport history in the Western United States – from the California Gold Rush to the 1960 Winter Olympics and the development of ski areas—from Yosemite and Sugar Bowl to Mount Rose, Squaw Valley, Heavenly Valley, Northstar and others in between and since. For more information, visit: olympicskimuseum.org

Raphael House, the first shelter for children and families experiencing homelessness in Northern California, provides an environment of loving support where families are able to move toward brighter and more hopeful futures. The mission of Raphael House is to help at-risk children and their parents achieve stable housing and financial independence, while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity. The shelter provide a spectrum of full family support through various programs, including Residential Services, AfterSchool Tutoring, ChildReach and AfterCare Services which is a partnership with parents to engage the hearts and minds of the whole child as they experience the world around them. For more information, visit: www.raphaelhouse.org

Business Capital’s Managing Director, Chuck Doyle, is a member emeritus of the Board of Directors for the Raphael House and past co-chair of the Development Committee. Business Capital continues to donate generously in an effort to assist the foundation in providing support, service and shelter for children and families in the community.

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 Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than 4.2 million athletes in 170 countries.

Business Capital is a proud supporter of their mission to foster the acceptance and inclusion of all people, contributing time and financial backing in the local community and various other chapters.

Sky’s the Limit Fund is a non-profit organization that transforms the lives of at-risk youth by providing grants, support, and hope, through wilderness therapy programs and beyond.For more information, visit: Sky’s the Limit Fund

Business Capital contributes to this fund to support families of youth in crisis.


United Religions Initiative is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together to create community and solve local and global challenges.