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The Capstone Charitable Foundation

Giving Generously and Responsibly


“You can give without loving, but you can never love without giving. The great acts of love are done by those who are habitually performing small acts of kindness” Victor Hugo


How Did We Start?

The Capstone Charitable Foundation was created by business professionals who have the compassion to help those who are less fortunate aboard and in our local communities. It started with a financial need posted on Facebook from an orphanage in Uganda desperately asking for help from American donors. This particular orphanage houses 30 kids and they received many setbacks due to COVID and dropped donations due to income loss from their other donors. As the board members were moved with compassion and wisdom they vetted this orphanage (and others in Uganda) to verify the need. Soon after they decided to start the Capstone Charitable Foundation to serve those in desperate situations abroad and locally. One of our favorite stories happened earlier this year when we sent 26 orphans for an outing to a local zoo. The smiles on the faces of these children sent to us captured our hearts – forever.

The Vision:

There are millions of needy children and families all over the globe so where do we start? We can’t help everyone but we are already making a difference in the lives that we can touch. Currently, we are helping orphanages in Uganda, Children in the Phillipians, and ministries in India and Pakistan that reach out to the local community with hope and physical care. We liken our vision and purpose to the story of the Starfish by Loren Eisley.

One day a man was walking along the beach when he noticed a boy picking something up and gently throwing it into the ocean.

Approaching the boy, he asked, “What are you doing?”

The youth replied, “Throwing starfish back into the ocean. The surf is up and the tide is going out. If I don’t throw them back, they’ll die.”

“Son,” the man said, “don’t you realize there are miles and miles of beach and hundreds of starfish? You can’t make a difference!”

After listening politely, the boy bent down, picked up another starfish, and threw it back into the surf.

Then, smiling at the man, he said…..“I made a difference for that one.”


Giving with Responsibility:

Being good stewards is not easy. It requires oversight, research, patience, and resources. Our board is made of business people who have made a career out of vetting people and opportunities. Since our own donations are going to various organizations you can rely on our teamwork to ensure that the capital invested in these lives around the world is well spent and accounted for. We do not take any salaries for our involvement on the board. We have gladly given our time and talent to help these families and children that need us. Because of this, almost all of the donations received (minus some small expenses) go directly to the immediate needs. We hope you will join us in our adventure of generosity.

The Capstone Charitable Foundation has Aligned with Grassroots Children's Foundation to Help Uganda Orphanages

Grassroots Children’s Foundation is a 501c3 charity with headquarters in Logan, Utah serving the orphanage in Kampala Uganda where Mosh is the director. This orphanage continues to provide total care to 25 orphans; however, there are several other orphanages that this organization is helping on a monthly basis. Their funding comes from donations provided by generous souls in developed countries, like the US. Every dollar donated goes to the children directly to pay for basic needs such as food and housing. The greatest need currently is not only housing, clothes, and food but also covering the cost of tuition for these children. Without education, we can’t help break the cycle of systemic poverty. Please listen to Mosh’s powerful story below. He explains how someone rescued him from poverty. Now he is caring for 25 orphans. We can make a BIG difference together with our generosity!

Your faithful giving is what fuels our vision to transform these communities and families by giving them HOPE.

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Our Board

Ray Walter, President

Ray Walter has spent his 20 year career in real estate lending.   In 2014, Ray launched Capstone Capital Partners, LLC in Austin Texas.  Capstone provides bridge loans to real estate investors who are buying, improving and profiting from real estate.  Mr. Walter oversees millions of dollars in investor capital deployed through these bridge loans and has a passion for those in need.  Ray  and his wife Kayla life in Leander with their three children.

David Disraeli, Treasurer

David Disraeli is an author, speaker and financial adviser whose career has spanned over three decades. David is founder and President of 360NetWorth, Inc. in Austin Texas.  During his career, David has formed multiple businesses, published three books and acted as a financial and estate planner.  Mr. Disraeli has a passion for orphans and victims of human trafficking.  He and his wife have four grown children and live in Cedar Park.

Scott Southerland, VP Communications

After graduating from Texas State in 2009, Scott went into the graphic design and user experience fields where he led teams responsible for the development an number of large-scale enterprise deployments.  Scott has also launched his own entrepreneurial ventures.  He is passionate of telling the stories of the less fortunate via video and other media.  Scott and his wife Nicole have three young boys and live in Cedar Park.

Brandon Zeuner

Brandon has spent the past 25 years as technology investor, venture capitalist and startup advisor.  During his career, Brandon has developed a unique and highly valuable skill set in vetting business opportunities and those who run or started them.  He and his wife Bridget recently relocated to Austin from California with their two children.