E3: Community

“We make a living by what we get. But we make a life by what we give.” - Winston Churchill

E3 = Epic Time, Talent & Treasure

Nearly one-half of the world’s population – more than 3 billion people, 1 billion of which are children – live in poverty, and 1.3 billion live in extreme poverty earning less than $1.25 a day. Eight-hundred and five million people worldwide do not have enough food to eat, and more than 750 million people lack adequate access to clean drinking water. The poor are hungry and their hunger traps them in poverty.

Epic Capital is a mission-driven firm with a genuine passion for community, both locally and around the world, that focuses specifically on social outreach initiatives. We give our time, talent and treasure to organizations that support individuals that are less fortunate, poor or impoverished. This is meaningful to us because we feel extraordinarily blessed for all of the things we have in our lives and the opportunities that we have been given to do work that we love. So we have made our passion for giving back a part of our corporate charter. We call it E3.

  • We give our time through our quarterly Epic Outreach program, serving where the greatest needs are through local charities.
  • We give our talent through administering financial planning days for organizations and churches that minister in low income neighborhoods.
  • And we give our treasure through our Epic Impact Grant Program to local community and global organizations that meet our social outreach criteria.

We believe that we are all called to serve. We also believe that the positive impact one can make by empowering the life of another can alter the direction of that life forever.

We are pleased to announce that beginning in 2017 we will be opening up our quarterly Epic Outreach initiatives to include volunteer participation from clients of Epic Capital.

Epic Outreach

Feb 22, 2017

We couldn’t have asked for a better way to kick off our 2017 Epic Outreach effort than serving lunch to over 180 men at the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte. They operate Mecklenburg County’s only two year-round emergency shelters for men experiencing homelessness. Basic needs are met, including a bed, meals, restroom/shower facilities, laundry, and personal hygiene items. A host of … Continue reading “Men’s Shelter of Charlotte”

Dec 16, 2016

A cold morning indeed, but our hearts were warmed by the incredible outpouring of support we saw throughout the day. We had the opportunity to pick up donated food items at two local schools, Stoney Creek Elementary and Huntingtowne Farms Elementary. The amount of food donated by the families of the children at those schools was … Continue reading “Loaves & Fishes”

Nov 8, 2016

Managing Director, Ed Doughty, and Client Services Associate Jason Dimitriou just returned from an 8-day trip serving in the Dominican Republic with Wine To Water, a North Carolina based non-profit that aims to eradicate the global water crisis. While there, they worked in a factory where they learned the ceramic filter making process. They then … Continue reading “Wine to Water – Higuerito, Dominican Republic”

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