Uncommon Giving Corporation Among Industry Leaders Featured at The MoneyShow
Digital-first financial services company will showcase Reg A+ offering
SCOTTSDALE, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / June 9, 2021 / Uncommon Giving Corporation today announced its executives will appear at The MoneyShow Orlando on June 10-12, 2021 to meet with potential early-stage investors. Presentations will center around how the financial services company plans to grow by focusing on the last unexplored area of fintech: charitable giving.
On Friday, June 11, Uncommon Giving Founder and CEO Ron Baldwin will present “The Last Frontier of Fintech” and describe how Uncommon Giving is taking the friction out of charitable giving by making donating to nonprofits as easy and seamless as other types of financial transactions.
Later, Baldwin will be joined by Earl Bridges, President and CEO of Uncommon Workplace Generosity, for a panel discussion about the company’s focus on corporate social responsibility and workplace giving. They will explain Uncommon’s go-to-market strategy and how the start-up is making an early-stage fintech investment available to anyone through its Regulation A offering. The company is publicly offering its common stock at a price of $10 per share, seeking capital for growth from investors with like-minded missions.
“Many successful start-up companies are delaying public offerings and limiting availability to the average investor. At Uncommon Giving, we believe in ownership of our shares by people who believe in our mission,” said Baldwin. “Our vision is that our donors are our investors and our investors are our donors.”
As part of its end-to-end financial solutions for corporate social responsibility, digital giving by individuals and investing options, Uncommon recently launched its first values-based Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) on the New York Stock Exchange. Uncommon’s registered investment advisory affiliate Uncommon Investment Advisors was created to build and make investable ideas that both promote the company’s mission and provide a platform for unique partners.
“As the world becomes increasingly connected by technology and awareness for social issues continues to rise, more people are seeking ways to affect positive change,” Baldwin said. “Socially responsible investing, environmental and social governance standards, and the rise of impact investing are becoming more important to people and brands, alike. As we continue to grow solutions for companies and individuals, we believe Uncommon Giving will set itself apart from other providers.”
Today through the company’s flagship online platform, UncommonGiving.com, people can discover nonprofits, explore causes and donate to 1.2 million 501(c)(3) charitable organizations from a digital giving wallet - a democratized donor-advised fund.
For more information on Uncommon Giving’s Regulation A offering, please visit https://invest.uncommongiving.com/ and see the company’s qualified offering circular at: https://bit.ly/3t9Jj7h. Uncommon Giving is not seeking a public listing of its securities at this time.
About Uncommon Giving:
Uncommon Giving Corporation, The Generosity CompanyTM, is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona. Company leaders bring decades of experience in financial services, banking, investments, technology and charity, and provide unique capabilities and innovative financial solutions for maximizing generosity for individuals and companies. Experience the digital platform at https://uncommongiving.com.
Securities products or other advisory services are provided by the company’s affiliate Uncommon Investment Advisors, an SEC-registered investment adviser. Uncommon Giving Corporation is not registered as an investment adviser with the SEC.
This press release is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer or sale of the securities referenced herein. Any such offer will only be made in compliance with applicable state and federal securities laws pursuant to Regulation A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended. A link to the qualified offering circular and related offering documents is provided herein, and all prospective investors should carefully review these materials, which includes important disclosures and risk factors associated with an investment in Uncommon Giving. These securities have not been recommended by the SEC or any state securities commission or regulatory authority, nor has any commission or regulatory confirmed the accuracy of the information contained the offering materials.
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Investors and Industry Analysts Contact: Ron Baldwin, Chief Executive Officer, 913.787.3696
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