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Weintraub Partners with Syserco, Inc. to Help Support Bay Area Youth

Weintraub Tobin was proud to partner with Syserco, Inc. as a sponsor in the 7th Annual Golf for Kids’ Sake charity golf tournament on June 15, 2022.

The tournament, held in Livermore, CA, benefitted the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, raising over $157,000 to help support Bay Area youth. The proceeds help defend children’s potential with professionally supported mentorships throughout all nine Bay Area counties. 144 golfers attended the event, which featured a driving range, mini golf challenge, and golf pro-Patrick Bakerjian.

Weintraub Tobin Partners with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to Send Off Incoming College Freshman in Style

Weintraub Tobin is honored to be a sponsor for the Make-A-Wish Northeastern & Central California and Northern Nevada Chapter’s Adopt A Wish Program, which aims to encourage kids and teens who are battling critical illnesses. This marks the 16th year that the Firm has taken part in the project.  Weintraub’s Managing Shareholder, Gary Bradus, serves on the Foundation board.

In 2021 Weintraub is pleased to have helped 18-year-old Lauren upgrade her car before she headed off to college. Lauren was diagnosed with a rare disease that impacts her lungs and spleen. Despite many medical appointments and procedures, she was able to save up to buy a used car.

For her Wish, Lauren, who is an incoming college freshman, requested help in updating her car before starting school. This donation was able to provide several upgrades to her vehicle, including new tires, seat covers for the interior, and a new paint job.

In previous years, the Wishes granted have primarily been centered around unique experiences for Make-A-Wish kids and their families. However, closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the Foundation to look for ways to help recipients with their goals and still stay within pandemic restrictions. Good luck at college, Lauren!