Category: STA Press

2011 Big Heart Award Recipient

Kansas City Securities Association The KCSA Education Fund at the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation celebrated its 33rd Anniversary, giving scholarships to recipients from several local organizations and high schools. This year’s spring outing charity of choice was the Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas. KCSA adopted a family for Christmas through Operation Breakthrough, the largest single-site early…  Read more

2012 Big Heart Award Recipient

Boston STA The Boston Securities Traders Association (BSTA) continued its partnership with Haymakers for Hope. Haymakers for Hope runs an amateur boxing event where the funds raised help find a cure for cancer, and the event dovetails nicely with BSTA’s night at Fenway. One of BSTA’s members actually boxed in the event in 2012, and BSTA…  Read more

2013 Big Heart Award Recipient

Georgia Securities Association The hallmark of the Georgia Securities Association (GSA) charitable giving is a 34-year relationship with the Georgia Council on Economic Education in support of the Georgia Stock Market Game. GSA has been awarding scholarships annually since 1996 to needy recipients whose families are involved in the securities industry. GSA also supported the…  Read more

2014 Big Heart Award Recipient

STA Chicago STAC made community service a priority in 2014. While STAC has and will continue to make monetary donations to worthwhile causes, the Board emphasized volunteer service this year. The most meaningful example of this was STAC’s newly-formed partnership with the Ronald McDonald House (RMH). Board meetings take place at the RMH and after the Board…  Read more

2015 Big Heart Award Recipient

STA St. Louis One of the main tenants of the Security Traders Association of St. Louis’ (STASL) mission is to support its local community through education and charity. Through this support, STASL was able to enhance the communities where they live and work. Thanks to the support of its membership, STASL donated $52,500 to local…  Read more