“In a real sense, all life is interrelated. All persons are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.”
CapWealth is a purpose-driven firm. Our purpose emerges from the fiduciary duty we owe to our clients, but also from the covenant we hold with our community. Below are some of the organizations with whom we work and support, whether locally or around the world. We invite you to learn more and, of course, we would love to speak with you about them.
Camp No Worries helps pediatric oncology families build friendships, community, resilience, and hope. It was founded in 1995 by Jack Hall, his daughter, Kasey, and the rest of the Hall family several years after Kasey’s treatment and recovery from cancer. After almost 30 years, the camp continues to focus its efforts on nurturing the potential of kids by focusing on four key areas:
Jack Hall was the driving force to erect a memorial with the names of the 35 Moorestown residents who died in each of the World Wars, as well as the Vietnam War.Learn more
Marci Waters proudly supports Women for Women International, a global community that invests in women survivors of war and conflict. The organization provides a broad array of vital support and education for women in eight countries that have felt the devastating effects of conflict, helping them transform their lives.Learn more
Mark Caprarola has been a coach and mentor to young basketball players his entire adult life. In 2019, he was proud to serve as Assistant Coach for Moorestown High School’s Basketball Team as they won the State Championship, their first since 1960. He is also a past president of the Moorestown Youth Basketball Association.Learn more
Ron Caputo serves on the Board of Trustees for Jefferson Health, one of the Delaware Valley’s leading hospital and health care systems.Learn more
Steve Pappaterra is communications coordinator for the Pennsylvania Chapter of International Justice Mission, the world’s largest anti-human trafficking organization. IJM partners with local authorities in 24 program offices in 14 countries to combat slavery, violence against women and children, and the abuse of power against people who are poor.Learn more