Growing up in a poor neighborhood in Brooklyn, Brandon was able to overcome great adversity to become the businessman he is today. That is why Brandon has always been interested in finding new and creative ways to give back to the community. He currently is involved in a number of organizations and charities that he holds close to his heart.
Through Family Services of Westchester and Camp Sussex, Brandon has been able to improve the lives of hundreds of young people and give them a better start. He actively supports his alma mater’s athletic program and brings his love of sports to the community with his involvement in the Police Athletic League, and New Rochelle’s basketball teams. He supports education through his work with the Yogi Berra Museum and is even actively involved with the Mariano Rivera Foundation. Brandon also sits on the board for the Police Athletic League, The Yogi Berra Museum, and Family Services of Westchester.