Community

Stella Oak Financial & Insurance Services is active in philanthropy and in several nonprofit organizations in the greater Los Angeles area.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF)

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) is a childhood cancer foundation dedicated to raising funds for research into new treatments and cures for all children battling cancer. ALSF founder Alexandra “Alex” Scott held her first front yard lemonade stand when she was just 4 years old , their mission is to find cures for all children battling cancer.


Spark LA

Stella Oak Financial & Insurance Services volunteers during the school year, mentoring 7th- and 8th-graders one-on-one in the Los Angeles area, providing a unique experience to enhance traditional classroom experience through project-based learning. During their 10-week apprenticeship Stella Oak's Spark LA students gain valuable skills that enhance their ability to succeed. Stella Oak is proud of their mentees and the skills that they learn during their experience. To learn more about Spark LA, visit: www.sparkprogram.org.

Stella Oak Spark LA event photo
Stella Oak Spark LA event photo
Stella Oak Spark LA event photo

USC Marshall CAP Program

Career Advantage Program (CAP), USC

As a proud Trojan and active member of the alumni association, Suneel Garg gives back to the Marshall School of Business as a mentor in the Career Advantage Program (CAP). This program provides undergraduates majoring in Business the opportunity to pair up with alumni who assist them in developing the professional, interpersonal, and networking skills critical to their career success. To learn more about CAP at USC, visit www.uscmarshallcap.org.


Jewish Home (JHA)

Brandon Matloff is on the board for the JHA. A pioneer and national leader in life-enhancing senior care, the Jewish Home emphasizes the complete needs of the individual — body, mind, and spirit, with a focus on the needs of the "whole person, " the Home's programs, protocols, and services incorporate the very latest senior care research and findings, resident feedback, and a culturally-based tradition of respect and compassion for seniors and families.

On May 3, 2015, Brandon was honored at the Circle of Life Gala with the Jack Schlaifer Executive Award. This award is presented to an Executive who has shown exemplary leadership, talent and commitment. Brandon was joined by his family and friends at The Executive's largest fundraiser. This fundraiser raised more than $260,000 for the senior community. For more information, visit www.jha.org.

JHA Stella Oak Brandon Matloff
JHA Stella Oak Brandon Matloff

Darden School of Business

Darden School of Business (UVA), Los Angeles Alumni Chapter

Suneel Garg serves as President of UVA’s Darden School of Business, Los Angeles Alumni Chapter. As an advocate for the school and program on the West Coast, Suneel provides his time and energy to lead the chapter, keep alumni connected, plan events, and help assist with continuing education. To learn more, visit alumni.darden.edu.


The Legends Club

The Legends Club is dedicated to maximizing the philanthropic impact of the growth and advancement of the sport of golf and youth and families in need in the Los Angeles community. As an ambassador with the program, Brandon is committed to the growth and success of charities and non-profits through the sport of golf in the Los Angeles region through awareness, engagement, and enthusiasm. To learn more about The Legends Club, visit together.pgatour.com.

Matloff team golf ball
Stella Oak Matloff Golf Legends

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi is the nation's largest and first co-ed, professional business fraternity that encourages personal and professional development of men and women pursuing careers in business. The Fraternity is one of the most diverse Greek organizations supporting scholastic, professional and service events on campuses and in communities. Delta Sigma Pi provides high-quality training and events to shape ethical leaders of tomorrow in business, communities, and the world at large. Delta Sigma Pi has grown from its founding at New York University in 1907 by four men of diverse faiths and backgrounds to an extensive network of more than 250 chapters and 275,000 members. To learn more about Delta Sigma Pi, visit www.dsp.org.


Institute of Neuro Innovation

To learn more about Institute of Neuro Innovation, visit www.inifoundation.org.