The Event was Held on Friday, November 2 at the Ritz-Carlton in Chicago, Illinois
NWA Newsline is pleased to announce that Ryan Eagle and XCell Fund recently sponsored the House of Good Shepherd’s charitable event called The Glow of Hope. The event took place on Friday, November 2 at the Ritz-Carlton in Chicago, Illinois.
To learn more about Ryan Eagle and XCell Fund, please visit http://www.ryaneagle.com/.
As a company spokesperson noted, this was the 111th Annual Gala for House of the Good Shepherd, an organization that offers a safe place for women and children who have been affected by domestic violence. The event began with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction, followed up by dinner accompanied by entertainment, a program and a silent auction.
The fact that Eagle and XCell Fund would sponsor an event that benefits such a worthy charity will not surprise the many people who know Eagle, or have been a client of his company. For years, Ryan Eagle has been a devoted supporter of a number of charitable organizations, many of which are devoted to the health and well-being of children.
For example, several years back Eagle helped to launch a non-profit organization called EWA Kids. Prior to starting the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Eagle had been part of a project around the holidays that involved “adopting” a family in need for Christmas. When he saw how much joy he was able to bring to that one family, as well as how far his donation was able to go, he and Valerie Eagle decided to turn it into a charity that could help even more families. The following year, the charity gave gifts to over 200 children, worth around $30,000.
About House of the Good Shepherd and XCell Fund:
House of the Good Shepherd helps women survivors of domestic violence and financial abuse take charge of their lives through their holistic programs to heal, rebuild and empower families towards self-sufficiency.
Ryan Eagle is a world recognized business financier and operator with a pedigree of success behind him. XCell Fund provides debt restructuring and financing to corporations in exchange for convertible debt or equity. XCell Fund focuses its financing division on public companies listed on American, Canadian, and German exchanges with a market cap less of than 300mm. For more information, please visit http://www.xcellfund.com/.