On December 5, Yellowstone CEO Isaac Stern held a winter fundraiser at his home in New Jersey to support a local non-profit all-volunteer emergency medical service (EMS) organization: Hatzalah EMS. The event, open to Fundry employees as well as friends, family, and others from the alternative financing industry, raised over $60,000 for Hatzalah to use to cover the cost of new equipment and daily operating expenses. Stern himself kicked the event off with a $10,000 personal donation, and others quickly joined in.
Yellowstone, and Stern specifically, have reached out to help Hatzalah before. A few years ago, Stern was responsible for getting enough donations from his employees to help Hatzalah purchase a replacement ambulance. Since then, Yellowstone has helped come up with the funding to purchase two additional ambulances, and Stern has worked to help cover Hatzalah’s monthly operating costs since then.
For more information on the event and Yellowstone’s donations to Hatzalah EMS, check out the related article on deBanked.com, or visit the Yellowstone Capital to learn more about Yellowstone’s business and financial offerings.