Announcing the Launch of Capitolis Connects


In these challenging times, Capitolis recognizes how fortunate we are to operate in a market that remains vibrant and continues to grow.

With this in mind, we feel passionate about supporting those in need, and unfortunately there are so many individuals and families suffering right now.

Therefore, we are very excited to announce Capitolis’ new philanthropic effort – Capitolis Connects – to give back to the cities and neighborhoods in which we live and work. With the support of our investors, our Board and our employees, we are establishing this effort as an annual program to serve as a conduit that connects capital markets with small, local charities that are doing incredible work to serve our communities.

For the month of June, Capitolis will donate 10% of all transactional revenue from our platform. The donation will be split equally among the three local charities selected by our employees in New York, London, and Tel Aviv. This year’s charities are:

City Harvest, New York City’s largest food rescue organization, is helping to feed the more than 1.2 million New Yorkers who are struggling to put meals on their tables, especially during this time.

Compliments of the House, a registered food redistribution charity in London that collects fresh, surplus food and gives it to vulnerable individuals and families.

Magen David Adom, a leading organization in Israel that is helping the public fight COVID-19 by collecting medical supplies, testing individuals, and funding necessary medical services.

We are always grateful for your business on any day, and we hope you will be delighted to know that a percentage of your transactional spend with Capitolis during the month of June will go to these wonderful charities. And of course, the more you do, the more these charities will benefit!

If you have any questions regarding this effort, please reach out to our Global Head of Marketing, Jessica Zall at [email protected].

Thank you for your continued support.

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