Raleigh Wealth Solutions names February Champion of the Community

Raleigh Wealth Solutions has announced Sherry Overton Shudra, Executive Director of Read and Feed, as their February Champion of the Community!


As part of her selection, Shudra joined Brian Raleigh from Raleigh Wealth Solutions in a radio interview that broadcast Saturday, February 10 and Sunday, February 11.  Shudra’s interview highlights the mission and success of Read and Feed, a non-profit literacy organization, and how members in the community can get involved.  You can access the interview below.

In addition,  Raleigh Wealth Solutions generously donated $1,000 to Read and Feed and is hosting a book drive in their office for the month of February. They extended their efforts by organizing a book drive during a Junior Canes game held February 23rd.  They are accepting new and gently used books intended for children in grades K-5.  The collection aims to collect books that honor diverse backgrounds and experiences, ensuring every child has access to enriching reading material.  

                                Raleigh Wealth Solutions’ book drive table at the Junior Canes game!


Champions of the Community are selected by Raleigh Wealth Solutions to spotlight members of the community who go above and beyond to make the Triangle a better place to live and work.  Shudra joined the organization in December 2020 and has since successfully expanded Read and Feed’s impact by increasing programmatic and community support.  With her leadership, Read and Feed has served over 1500 students just this year!   

For more information, please contact Sherry Overton Shudra, sherry.shudra@readandfeed.org.



About Raleigh Wealth Solutions

Raleigh Wealth Solutions is dedicated to helping families, retirees and business owners achieve their financial aspirations through comprehensive wealth management strategies. With a steadfast commitment to community impact, Raleigh Wealth Solutions actively supports local organizations and initiatives that promote education and well-being. For more information, visit raleighwealthsolutions.com

About Read and Feed

Founded in 2007, Read and Feed aims to bridge the reading gap by providing children with the resources they need to learn in a safe, welcoming and fun environment. Working with Wake County schools, teachers and social workers, Read and Feed identifies children in grades K – 5 who struggle to reach reading benchmarks and live in underserved neighborhoods. Annually, Read and Feed serves over 630 students at 24 program sites, provides 13,000+ meals, and distributes 39,000+ books. Read more at http://www.readandfeed.org