Matt Mendoza

WPFG In The News: National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

During National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, we are proud to highlight WestPoint’s own Pete Emigh’s daughter, Analiece. Her work and dedication to the Indiana chapter of Robbie’s Hope inspired a visit from First Lady Jill Biden and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy to discuss mental health.

All of us have struggled with mental health, personally, at some point. None of us want other students to feel alone, or like they don’t matter.”

– Analiece Emigh.

To Learn more read the full article here.

11 WestPoint Financial Group Advisors Earn Spots on Forbes Top Financial Securities Professionals Ranking

We are proud to announce 11 of our advisors, based in offices across the Midwest, have been recognized as Top Financial Security Professionals by Forbes and SHOOK Research. These financial professionals are top of their fields and are consistently reaching next-level excellence through their leadership, autonomy, and strong relationships with their clients.

This list represents over 1,000 experts across the country, all track records of preserving clients’ wealth over the long term.

Please join us in congratulating:

Learn more about the Top Financial Securities Professionals Best-In-State announcement here.

WestPoint Financial Group honored with Community Service Award from MassMutual 

We are proud to announce that WPFG has been honored by MassMutual for earning the 2023 Community Service Award for our team’s outstanding commitment to Diversion Indy, a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing homelessness. This achievement recognizes our firm’s passion for making a meaningful difference in our communities, and it demonstrates the positive impact of our core values in action. Our partnership with Diversion Indy strives to cultivate a stronger community, one home at a time.

About Diversion Indy

Diversion Indy is a community organization established in Indianapolis, IN that seeks to address homelessness one living room at a time. Through quality furniture donations, Diversion becomes the conduit that diverts no longer needed items into items of usefulness and support. Furnishing a home through Diversion helps someone who is experiencing homelessness by providing them with the necessary goods to establish a new place to call home. 

Diversion’s core belief is that hopelessness doesn’t occur when one runs out of money or resources, but when one runs out of relationships. To learn more about Diversion Indy, visit their website here.