- Tijuana Baja California
Co-funder of this new venture. Developed policies and procedures for this successful startup.
Jaff Development was in charge of remodels and construction of the real estate development that was done by the family. It also serviced private clients. Very fast it became a leader in its niche market.
30 year family business. Worked at company right after highschool. Picked up the business very fast and started the construction department.
A non-profit organization established to benefit children under 18 with cancer, the Fundacion Castro-Limon provides families of such individuals with a safe environment and place to meet other similarly situated families. Formed in 2002 and based in Tijuana, Mexico, the organization raises funds to assist with cancer research and works closely with the Pediatric Care Center of Baja, California. Business executive and real estate developer Arian Jaff serves on the board of the organization, which relies heavily on donations and various types of volunteer involvement. The foundation also hosts numerous events to raise funds, including a color run. Individuals participating in this 5K event have colored powder, composed of artificial food coloring, thrown upon them during the race. Registrants can walk or run the route, and a portion of registration fees goes back to the non-profit organization. Arian Jaff began his professional career in San Diego as the vice president of his family-owned business, West Coast Design Center, Inc. After five years, he became the president of the real estate development company Jaff Development, and in 2010, he co-founded and directed IAI Investment Group.
Entrepreneur Arian Jaff served as vice president of West Coast Design Center, Inc., and president of Jaff Development. Arian Jaff currently sits on the board for the nonprofit Fundacion Castro-Limon. Headquartered in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, the Fundacion Castro-Limon treats children with cancer at the BC Pediatric Cancer Center. The organization also strives to help in other ways through several programs. Read ahead for a brief overview of several programs: 1. Adopt a Child: This program provides volunteers and philanthropists, both individuals and groups, with the opportunity to sponsor a child dealing with cancer through monthly donations. 2. Child Tree: Supporters can contribute to the fundraising program Child Tree, which is represented by a piece of artwork known as “Tree Boy,” created by artist Carmen Campuzano to serve as a form of therapy to patients with cancer. 3. Institutional Products: Supporters of the organization are invited to provide assistance by promoting the products of the nonprofit, including chocolates, water bottles, and bracelets of hope. Proceeds from sales of products go to help children with cancer.