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Help For Children Launches Private Equity (PE) Cares New York

Help For Children (HFC) today announced the launch of Private Equity (PE) Cares New York, following a recent kick-off meeting hosted by Jeffrey Rosen at Citco Fund Services, an HFC Global Sponsor. Industry representatives from several leading private equity and service provider firms attended the New York City gathering at which participants pledged their commitment to HFC and its efforts to prevent and treat child abuse. 

“We were very inspired by the large turn-out at the PE Cares New York Kick-Off meeting and are well-positioned to expand the finance community’s support of Help For Children,” said Mr. Rosen, Executive Vice President of Fund Administration Business Development for Citco. “We all have a responsibility to the protect the next generation from child abuse and by working together, we can make a difference.”

With the formation of Private Equity Cares New York, and the recent launch of Private Equity Cares in other regions, HFC is building on 20 years of success of HFC offering the alternative investment community a comprehensive solution for philanthropy through their two-fold approach: HFC supports proven methods that are effective in prevention and treating child abuse while also acting as venture philanthropists in supporting promising practices that have shown a strong track record.

To learn more about Private Equity Cares New York or to get involved in upcoming events, please contact Nicole Moriarty at

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