Jason Aaron Bragg is a finance professional based in Chicago, with a passion for philanthropy.
As the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer of an alternative asset manager, Jason Aaron Bragg thoroughly enjoys being able to see how his firm helps clients meet their investment return goals. Creating positive economic impact and long-term value for investors, companies and communities has been quite fulfilling for Bragg. Apart from his unwavering dedication to his work, Jason is equally committed to his philanthropic endeavors.
In partnership with his wife, Jason Aaron Bragg supports a variety of charitable organizations in his community, including Mercy Home of Chicago. Founded back in 1887, Mercy Home for Boys & Girls has helped over 30,000 children and teens in Chicago. Mercy Home provides neglected children and teens with a variety of options, including both residential and aftercare programs. With 14 specialized residential programs, children are offered safety, structure and support. Mercy Home works to help children overcome their past and work toward a positive life moving forward.
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“I have been very blessed and owe many of my blessings to those who gave me their time and attention. Through charitable work, I hope to pass on the blessings to another person.”Jason Aaron Bragg
Another organization both Jason Aaron Bragg and his wife support is Blessings in a Backpack. A nationwide non-profit organization, Blessings in a Backpack aims to provide every school-aged child the proper nourishment needed to both learn and grow. Empowering individuals and communities across the country, Blessings in a Backpack works to ensure that no child is left hungry on the weekends. With more than 16.2-million children at risk of hunger, individuals and communities who volunteer and get involved have the opportunity to change a child’s life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is another cause dear to both Jason Bragg and his wife. One of the oldest youth mentoring organizations in the country, Big Brothers Big Sisters works to provide underprivileged children with meaningful relationships. By providing those facing adversity with proper guidance and support, the volunteers of Big Brothers Big Sisters help children succeed and thrive in life.
As a child, Jason Aaron Bragg grew up fairly poor and saw first hand the impact of economic hardships on families.Having grown up in a small town with no outside influences to help him understand the larger world, Jason deeply appreciates organizations that support underprivileged children.