Self-Storage Finance Firm Talonvest Donates $20K to Local Children's Charity
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Posted on: 12/14/2012



 

Talonvest Capital Inc., a provider of self-storage finance services, donated $20,000 to the Band of Brothers Foundation (BoBF), an Orange County, Calif.-based charity that supports local and international children in need by focusing on self-sustaining projects that positively impact their lives. Funds donated by Talonvest have been used to provide food and medical attention, install windows and doors to protect against mosquito-borne disease, build restrooms, purchase beds, build kitchens, and buy new computers to advance education.

Talonvest Principal Eric Snyder is a co-founder and director of BoBF. Principal Jim Davies is on the board of directors.

“We’re proud to support the Band of Brothers and its activities, which have profoundly touched so many children in the U.S. and abroad,” said Tom Sherlock, Talonvest’s third principal.

Pictured left to right: Troy Mikulka and Robert Pagliarini of Band ofBrothers Foundation; Tom Sherlock, Jim Davies and Eric Snyder of Talonvest Capital Inc.Other projects for BoBF, an entrepreneurial 501(c)(3) charitable organization, include sponsoring and upgrading an orphanage in Vietnam where 35 children live; supporting and improving a home and school benefitting 45 Burmese child refugees in Thailand; developing a trade school in Cambodia teaching in-demand work skills to 240 youths; sponsoring a camp on Catalina Island for children with heart conditions; and providing home-made blankets to Children’s Hospital of Orange County for infants and children with heart conditions. 

Founded in 2010 and based in Orange County, Calif., Talonvest structures debt and equity for self-storage and commercial real estate investors and developers nationwide. The principals of the firm have more than 70 years of combined experience. In addition to sponsoring the Band of Brothers Foundation, Talonvest also supports  the real estate program at the University of California - Irvine and Kure-It Cancer Research Foundation.