Jim Monteverde – National Financial Advisor with World Vision

Founder and CEO of the Monteverde Group, LLC, James Monteverde holds advanced financial counseling and estate planning degrees. Mr. Monteverde has attended several financial planning conferences as the keynote speaker. The holder of several professional designations, James Monteverde has published several works dealing with financial planning.

Through his charitable efforts, James Monteverde has earned several honorary citizenships, and is currently serving as a national financial advisor with World Vision. Since 1950, World Vision has been committed to helping communities around the world fight poverty. The humanitarian organization serves people in almost 100 countries and works to help communities thrive and grow. From serving earthquake survivors to helping refugees and communities affected by AIDS, World Vision helps communities that need it the most.

The organization currently has over 40,000 staff members who work directly in the countries and communities that World Vision helps. With over three million volunteers and donors, the organization is able to fund its work and support poverty and disaster stricken communities around the world. World Vision also has the support of over 500,000 child sponsors. Through sponsorships, children in other countries receive basics such as health care, food, and education. Through the careful monitoring of finances, World Vision is able to ensure that they provide communities with help that will produce the maximum benefit while using up the minimum financial resources.


Jim Monteverde: World Vision, Inc.

Founder of The Monteverde Group, LLC, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Jim Monteverde advises clients on wealth management, financial planning, and other matters. Mr. Monteverde also acts as the National Financial Advisor for the non-profit organization World Vision, Inc.

Based out of Washington State, World Vision strives to create a better world for children. Founded in 1950 to aid youths orphaned by the Korean War, World Vision has grown over the past 60 years to run projects in almost 100 countries, benefiting over 100 million people worldwide. With a philosophy based on the values of Christian humanitarianism, World Vision aids all people regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, or religion.

Visitors to http://www.worldvision.org can read more about the specific programs developed by World Vision. In the United States, this organization focuses on the ten percent of the populace living below the poverty line, and provides various forms of support to these communities across the country. Members contribute school supplies and personal hygiene items to those in need, and seek to establish mentor relationships for them as well. Outside of America, World Vision sends out volunteers to advise on sustainable solutions, conduct literacy programs, and fix infrastructures.