We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.
- Winston S. Churchill
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. They’re building the largest pipeline of future female engineers in the United States.
Habitat for Humanity
For decades, Habitat for Humanity has set the stage for families, volunteers, donors and supporters to come together, to build decent homes that provide the foundation for a better life. Working in a region as diverse as Asia-Pacific calls for collaborative and innovative approaches to complex housing issues. We need people-public-private partnerships to facilitate better access to adequate and affordable housing and to develop more inclusive housing markets.
Sankara Eye Foundation, USA
The goal of SEF, USA is to work towards eradicating curable blindness in India and enabling SEF India and other partners to scale their operations to accomplish this goal. SEF USA will raise funds to build super specialty eye-care hospitals across India and for free eye surgeries.
Bahay Aruga Pasig Social Welfare and Development Rescue Center
Bahay Aruga- a temporary shelter for abused, neglected and abandoned children, as a recipient of one of the company’s corporate social responsibility efforts.
Anawim Lay Missions
Anawim is a small facility for poor and abandoned elderly people founded by Catholic lay preacher Bo Sanchez in Rizal Province, Philippines. Anawim Lay Missions opened its doors in 1996 to rejected and abandoned elderly who are roaming the streets. Its purpose is to provide a home, a sanctuary, to those poor and abandoned elderly who have nowhere else to go.
New Media Services – Cares
NMS-Cares staff is composed of Deaf and Hearing People, bridging gap among Deaf and hearing and also enhancing inclusivity. Our programs are designed towards empowering and ensuring sustainability. We accomplish this by partnering with families of Deaf children, community-based Deaf organizations, the government, other NGOs and the whole academe with programs or interests in serving the Deaf.
C – ollaborating Professionally
A – actively Advocating
R – espect for Human Dignity and Rights,
E – qual Opportunity and Empowerment
S – upporting the Deaf.
Siargao Masaya is a Swiss NGO funded by Stephanie Roth in 2010. It actively and lastingly supports the poorest families of Siargao, a island located in the South-East of the Philippines in the province of Surigao del Norte, with the aim to provide local community access to education and financial autonomy.
The Reason why we can be a Blessing is because we are Blessed too
$50 Million Equity
Neal Bawa is Founder and CEO at Grocapitus Investments, a commercial real estate investment company. Neal sources, negotiates and acquires commercial properties across the U.S. He is a sought after speaker for Multifamily webinars, podcasts, events, IRA events & MeetUps across the country.
- Nearly 4,000 students attend his multifamily seminar series each year and hundreds attend his Apartment Magic Bootcamp
- Co-founder of the largest Multifamily Investing MeetUp network in the U.S.
- Accomplished single family and multifamily investor
- Owns single families, duplexes, tri-plexes and quad-plexes in CA and IL.
- Active and passive investor in multifamily and commercial syndications in TX, NC, KS, OH, NV, UT, FL and IL.
- Taught Fundamentals of Multifamily investing, Real Estate Trends and Deal Analysis to 2000+ students, including investors from three different IRA companies
- Raised tens of millions of dollars to buy student housing and multifamily projects
Neal has a special knack for teaching and gets rave reviews from his presentations and training sessions. Neal also enjoys meeting with people one-on-one to understand their real estate goals, aspirations and challenges.
Neal is a backyard tomato farmer and a protein diet health nut. He believes in positivity and Karma. He is passionate about cricket and the enormous potential of self-driving electric vehicles to solve the global climate crisis.
If you would like to chat with Neal by phone or at a Bay Area Starbucks (he loves coffee), give him a call or send him an email.