April 23, 2017
Children from Atlanta’s Centennial Park community enjoyed an Easter egg hunt hosted by employees from Monarch Private Capital’s Atlanta office on the grounds of Integral Group’s Centennial Place Apartments, a 60-acre comprehensive downtown neighborhood revitalization project. It was a spectacular day filled with smiling children, candy-filled eggs, face painting, games and a special guest appearance by the Easter bunny.
Monarch encourages employees to volunteer through their Impact Initiatives philanthropic program, which gives them a personal connection to the types of communities and properties where the company has investments. The volunteer program works with charitable organizations committed to protecting our planet, strengthening communities, and addressing issues related to poverty and homelessness.
“Communities like Centennial Place are at the root of Monarch’s business, creating meaningful work while building community which extends beyond the office walls,” says Kady DeWees, who manages Monarch’s Impact Initiative Program.
About Monarch Private Capital
Monarch Private Capital invests in projects which qualify for federal and state tax credits and passes the benefits of those credits on to taxpayers through investment programs. Founded in 2005 as State Tax Credit Exchange (STCE), Monarch Private Capital is a financial services company, providing federal and state tax credit solutions to Fortune 500 companies, high-net-worth individuals and businesses to lower their federal and/or state tax liabilities. The Monarch Private Capital team represents the best in class within their respective fields, which include big five accounting, investment banking and underwriting, real estate development, tax incentives and economic development. Monarch Private Capital is headquartered in Atlanta, and has regional offices located throughout the U.S.