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Cambridge Financial Partners

20151 SW Birch Street

Suite 250
Newport Beach, CA 92660


Cambridge Financial Partners is committed to working within our communities in both Southern California and South Florida, and many of our associates work diligently with various organizations within their respective communities.

Among the more visible signs of our teamwork in Southern California is our association with CHOC – Children’s Hospital of Orange County – and their annual CHOC Walk in the Park.  Some of our associates have been participants in the CHOC Walk since its inception over 25 years ago, and in 2016 we raised over $10,000.  The CHOC Walk in the Park raises funds to help support the care, services, education, and research that CHOC Children’s provides children in our community.  CHOC relies on the support of the community to meet its goal of providing every child with healthcare.  With all of our support, no child will be turned away.

Some of our associates work closely with local schools.  Some programs focus on financial education for both children and teachers, and others focus on citizenship and leadership.  One example of this is Harper for Kids, a youth character development program based upon legendary UCLA Coach John Wooden’s “Pyramid of Success.”  Their mission is to teach youth essential character traits that can help them achieve their personal best in life.  Harper for Kids helps K-12 schools incorporate the “Pyramid of Success” into their character education to cultivate, inspire, and nurture healthy character development that will help their students be successful in all areas of their lives.

Our agents in South Florida actively volunteer for numerous local and foreign community projects, such as the American Youth Soccer Organization; Angel Backpack; Educational Foundation for Children’s Care, Inc. (“EFCCI” - an outreach program for underprivileged children); church prison ministries; providing Thanksgiving dinners for the homeless and for migrant camps; and creating clean water aqueducts for rural communities in the Dominican Republic.”