Charity is not only good for your tax returns, but good for the heart. When it comes to helping out in her community, Susan has quite the diverse portfolio. Whether it's running holiday gift programs for unwed mothers in the Bronx, helping to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis, or running countless events for the Boy and Girl scout troops in Garden City, she's never afraid to lend a helping hand. Recently she was given the New York State Senate Commendation Award by Senator Kevin Thomas for her community work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Susan Quigley is a charter member of the Financial Planning Association's (FPA) Pro bono group that was formed in the aftermath of 9/11. She has counseled several 9/11 familes and First Responders to help them get their lives back on track after that horrible national event. She continues to do speaking engagements for the FPA's Pro Bono group for low income families and vocational programs.
Susan has also been the Chair of Association Volunteers for the Garden City Girl Scouts and served on the Board of the former Winthrop Hospital's MS Advisory Board in Mineola, New York.
To help local charities, Susan has donated several Full Financial Plans to Silent Auctions held throughout the year. Some of the recipients of these Plans have been Boy Scouts of America, The MS Society, UUCCN, Ladies Night Out for Mercy Hospital, and the Riverside Symphony. If your charity is interested in a Financial Plan donation, please contact Susan via email at Susan@squigleyfinancial.com
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Squigley Financial has been selected to receive a special recognition award during Family and Community Engagement's (FACE) Appreciation Event. The team played a significant part in guiding students along the path to reaching their goals and furthering their education.
Susan has been honored with the New York State Senate Commendation Award for helping her neighbors with her knowledge in financial planning. Senator Kevin Thomas presented Susan with the award that recognizes “exceptional individuals who have shown extraordinary dedication and made lasting contributions to the community.”
Susan has received the NYS Honorary Lifetime PTA award by the PTA of Garden City for her ongoing commitment to Scouting and the children of Garden City and other communities as well.
Susan has been honored several times by the Girl Scouts of Nassau County for her Volunteerism and Programs.
Women of Distinction Award by Assemblyman Ed RaAssemblyman Ed Ra hosted the 2015 Women of Distinction Ceremony, to honor women from across the 19th Assembly District, including Susan Quigley, for their unwavering commitment to improving their communities, families and careers.
Susan shares how to find out if you have unclaimed funds floating around NY state and steps to take to get it back. Read more about people whom took advantage of this money hack.
Susan shared her expertise with Newdsay, to provide college students and parents with ways to cut costs and to save money as they embark on a new educational journey.
Susan was featured in Newsday to give her advice and tips to powerball lottery winners. She shared strategies for saving the winnings and making them last.
The Financial Planning Association of Long Island (FPA of Long Island) announced that Susan Quigley, certified financial planner from Garden City, has been elected to its Board of Directors as the new Advocacy Chair.
Susan has been featured on the front page of Long Island Business in Newsday. The article outlines the importance of financial planning in the current economic climate and highlights Susan's advice on financial planning.
Susan has recently been featured on Channel 5 as the "Hero of the Day" for her contribution to the LYFE program, an early childhood initiative program geared towards helping children and student parents by providing essential support.
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