Pinnacle Financial Group’s Community Support
Kids Incorporated of Amarillo
Michael David served on Kids, Incorporated, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, founded in 1945 by Cal Farley. Today, the organization offers 23 separate sports programs for children and families in the Amarillo/Canyon region, with total participation exceeding 17,000 in 2008.
Michael David and Jeff Maynard are members of Camp Patriot. Established in 2006, Camp Patriot is a 5-Star rated, 501c3 non-profit organization that has transformed the lives of hundreds of wounded and disabled veterans. This important task has been accomplished by fostering trusted relationships created through our unique outdoor therapy programs. Each program is specifically designed to deliver a powerful “life transformation.”
Eveline Rivers Sunshine Cottage
Jamie Carroll is on the board of Eveline’s Sunshine Cottage, which provides an encouraging environment to homeless or low-income single parents who wish to live independently and are pursuing a postsecondary degree. The program consists of fully furnished homes for parents and their children, networking opportunities through community engagement, and high-quality early childhood education for participating children.
Jeff Maynard is a member of the Ryan Palmer Foundation, a 501(c)(3) Texas non-profit corporation that believes in giving back through programs started and supported through the foundation to promote community involvement and constant focus on the health and education of today’s young people and their opportunity to succeed.
Brad Doyle is a Board Member for March of Dimes. In local communities across the country, March of Dimes helps moms take charge of their health, and supporting families when something goes wrong. The March of Dimes also acts globally: sharing best practices in perinatal health and helping improve birth outcomes where the needs are the most urgent.
Annette Hargis is a Board Member of the Potter-Randall Appraisal District (PRAD). The PRAD Board is responsible for overseeing the operations of the appraisal district office. After holding public hearings, the board adopts an annual operating budget for the district. The board is also responsible for developing a plan for the periodic reappraisal of all property in the district’s boundaries.