#Philanthropy #ChildProtection #STOPGunSchoolViolence
Those that have been hurt the most, have the most to give.
To start this with such wording could very much lend itself to self pity. However, it’s anything but. The abused changes both physically, and emotionally. Understanding this makes me also aware of the altered chemical construct of the amount of cortisol internally of said abused. So, in itself having the most to give, suggests it’s also a chemical need to give.
We are not in the by business of self service, but service.
We are a grass roots effort dedicated to the betterment of others. Although a legal enterprise, we are not in the business to earn a living through efforts we believe should be immediate- meaning, Non- Profit should be volunteer. Hence the impropriety of the New York District Attorney #CyVance, who when learned of us thought us to be illegitimately. Our opposition was based on the soul saying of a reckless starlet who, by definition is a sociopath. After all, our Harvard School of Mental Health board member, and legal advisors were the first to suggest her defect, and supported it by a 1 in 25 person affliction. We must also state that we were encouraged by everyone else approached.
After all, why would such an individual pledge one’s entire life to service? There must be another reason than good!
No, Ms. Angelica Gregory, some people are just good.
That said, we are a group of individuals who choose to redefine the non profit sector by imposing a 3% fee for over-head. Which means, that everyone who assists us in championing for children dies so out of the goodness of their heart, and whom recognizes the need of people doing their part. No one receives a salary and this assured that funding will always go where it’s attended.
We are not comprised of PAC’s, begging for a dollar here and a dollar there to fight against another begged for dollar. Personally, I find it irresponsible to make legislators wealthier from the backs of the people... We seek a novel approach of being more direct- sending a message to the one needing to hear.
We are a media consort that eliminates the middle man.
Our mission is to create film, documentary, PSA, and to lecture.
To pay for this we rely on good old fashioned hard work, and enterprise.
We understand financial responsibility and with the combination of family money, inheritance, hard work, and empathy we have never imposed upon another nor have asked anything of anyone.
Sr. Account Manager consecutively of two of the largest banks in N. America, only to then seek a senior management position at a third.
SU was Having had success, I was able to then devote my entire self to my philanthropic endeavors post September 11.
As a boy, my world had been shattered- rather than letting a hardship define me, I chose to define it. This led me to create Kathy Rinaldi Hope. An abuse awareness vehicle that not only works to stop the many abuses, educates, and looks to the future health of our young.
But, post 911, the world had been shattered for all of us. And knowing first hand such devastation, I could not just stand by and not give my all.
In the recent tragedy of Sandy Hook in Newtown, CT we once again lend a hand. Having violently lost two siblings our hearts break for not only these 26 families, but the world throughout knowing the fear such a devastation would create. Innocence may have been its victim, but building strong and standing tall, innocence will then become the victor.
Current responsibilities include the privately built/funded Sandy Hook CenTer to honor and to pay tribute to those lives lost from this horrific tragedy. In the wake of the first year anniversary and to comply with Newtown's wishes, we're currently targeting ways to pay tribute within our own communities and on a delusional level-nationally.
When I'm not out saving the world from the many villains, or help establish the drug efficacy, you can find me raising both a toddler and newborn.
This world is a tough place and we should all do our part. I've seen the worst in life, so I tend to do more than most. And trying to stay humble, doing what I do helps keep me grounded to hopefully provide a good example to the children I have the privilege to be a part of.