ORG Portfolio Management - Corporate Responsibility


ORG is committed to maintaining corporate responsibility that is reflected throughout all aspects of our business operations while maintaining our fiduciary responsibilities.

As an owner and operator of real assets, ORG is highly conscious of its footprint.  ORG prides itself on constantly looking for new and innovative ways to be responsible, providing benefits both to the community and to our partners and clients.

ORG has long supported philanthropic practices, giving time and financial support to many charitable organizations.  ORG believes in supporting both charitable organizations that seek to make an impact on local communities as well as on a national scale.  That being stated, the firm makes it a priority to donate time and support to those organizations where ORG’s participation is impactful by providing much needed awareness and support to causes or missions in our local communities including charitable organizations that focus on children and improving the health and value of lives of individuals through education and science.

One of ORG’s principals founded The Race, Inc. (“The Race”), a local non-profit organization that focuses on raising money to end breast cancer through prevention and quality treatment.  The Race hosts an annual 5K and 1-mile run/walk to empower families to make a difference in the lives of those touched by breast cancer. Proceeds have benefited the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Susan G. Komen and recently the University Hospitals’ Seidman Cancer Center, in Cleveland, Ohio.  The Race has raised over $2 million in the fight against breast cancer.

One of our principals also currently serves as the president of the Effective Leadership Academy (“ELA”), a local non-profit organization that focuses on serving the needs of students in grades 5-12 and college students to ensure they receive essential life-skills during their most formative years.  ELA hosts interactive programs that focus on the development and enhancement of critical soft-skills that give youth the tools to succeed in the 21st Century.  ELA also hosts interactive programs for new corporate professionals and educators to ensure they have the necessary skills to assume leadership positions. ELA has provided tens of thousands of students and professionals from throughout Northeast Ohio with custom designed and award-winning programs that turn potential into performance.

ORG is committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all aspects of our business.  ORG’s policies & procedures outline the basic principles of conduct and ethics that all employees are expected to follow in making business decisions.

ORG is dedicated to fostering an environment that respects the dignity, rights and contributions of its employees.  ORG is an equal-opportunity employer that does not discriminate with respect to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, or age.  This policy applies to all employment practices within our organization, including hiring, training, placement, promotion, compensation and benefits.

ORG’s commitment to corporate responsibility extends to its employees, clients, partners and the communities in which it does business. ORG continues to actively look for opportunities to invest in or work with minority-, women-, veteran- and persons with disability-owned firms with best-in-class service.

Many of our employees are actively involved in various charitable organization and donate to many causes.  Some of these include but are not limited to the following:

  • The Race (Cleveland)
  • Effective Leadership Academy (Cleveland)
  • Service Dog Project (National)
  • Dogs Unlimited Rescue (Cleveland)
  • American Cancer Society (National)
  • The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (National)
  • The Wounded Heroes Fund (California)
  • The Red Cross (National)
  • Clean Water Fund (International)
  • American Heart Association (National)
  • Doctors Without Borders (National)
  • Goodwill (National)
  • Human Society (National)
  • Front Steps (Cleveland)
  • Greater Cleveland Food Bank (Cleveland)
  • St. Jude Children's Research Hospital (National)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters (Cleveland and National)
  • Purple Heart Foundation (National)
  • Vietnam Veterans of America (National)
  • Habitat for Humanity (National)
  • The Fabulous 40 - Fighting to Reverse Rett (National)
  • Rebuilding Together (National)
  • Children's Leukemia Research Foundation (National)
  • Canstruction Cleveland (Cleveland)
  • Unity Days (Cleveland)
  • S.E.A.L.E. SWAT (Cleveland)
  • Arthritis Foundation (National)
  • The City Mission (Cleveland)
  • American Diabetes Association (National)
  • Network for Good (National)
  • Lupus Foundation of America (National)
  • American Association for Suicide Prevention (National)
  • Alzheimer's Association (National)
  • Pelotonia (Ohio)
  • ORT America (National)
  • Menorah Park (Cleveland)
  • The Gathering Place (Cleveland)
  • A Kid Again (Cleveland)
  • Human Arc Family Foundation (Cleveland)
  • LSS Faith Mission (Columbus)
  • Jewish Community Center (National)
  • Future Heights (Cleveland)
  • The ALS Association (National)
  • Family of Women (National)
  • Light the Night (National)
  • University Hospitals (National)
  • Bulldog Jog (National)
  • Beachwood City Schools (Cleveland)
  • National Constitution Center (National)
  • Susan G. Komen (National)
  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Cleveland)
  • Avon Walk for Breast Cancer (Cleveland)
  • CharityBuzz (National)
  • Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition (Cleveland)
  • Jewish National Fund (National)
  • 100 Leaves Project (Cleveland)
  • Foundation Fighting Blindness (National)
  • The Galen Foundation (Cleveland)
  • Magnificat High School (Cleveland)
  • John Carroll University (Cleveland)
  • Warrensville Heights High School (Cleveland)
  • St. Mary's Child Center (Cleveland)
  • Musical Arts Association (Cleveland)
  • Michael J. Fox Foundation (National)
  • Sunshine Acres Children's Home (Arizona)
  • Firstgiving (National)