Record-breaking Contributions to the MS Society
Did you know that May 30th is “World MS Day,” a day to support and unite the global community of more than 2.3 million people who have Multiple Sclerosis?
The day of recognition is making us think back to last year, when Capital Square raised record-breaking proceeds to help support critical research and programs for the nearly one million people living with MS in the United States. Due to these efforts and beyond, Louis J. Rogers, Capital Square’s founder and co-chief executive officer, was honored by the Virginia-West Virginia chapter of the National MS Society as the recipient of the 2022 Frank N. Cowan Silver Hope Award. This award was given in recognition of Rogers’ significant contributions to the Richmond, Virginia community, including those suffering with MS. It was presented at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Annual Richmond Dinner of Champions on September 27, 2022.
“I have known Louis Rogers for a long time, and I’m pleased to see that he is attacking the cure for MS the same way he would combat a real estate transaction – with 110% effort,” said Jeff Gregor, vice chair for the 2022 MS Society Dinner of Champions and long-time colleague of Rogers. “On behalf of the executive team at Capital Square, I am thrilled that Louis has been chosen for this prestigious award.”
Building legacies can mean many things, and in Capital Square’s investor-centric business model, the firm spends every day empowering pathways to multi-generational wealth through tax-advantaged real estate investments. However, legacies can be built in countless ways. Ongoing philanthropy speaks to our core values. Being a leader in business means demonstrating all the ways we can make a bigger impact.
At Capital Square, we’re always working to be the change needed in the communities where we work, live, build and invest. Learn more about how Capital Square Cares.