Rich was a big supporter of EnjoinGood, which is dedicated to building bridges to dispel fear and hate that leads to violence. We can’t all be the same and there is scientific fact that our diversity makes us stronger, regardless of our political or religious affiliations. It is part of the reason why despite the strength in number of other nations, that America forges ahead to be more inventive, welcoming, and charitable than much of the world. Read the eulogy of the founder of EnjoinGood.org.
Rich was a supporter of Save The Children which gives children a healthy start in life, in the U.S. and around the world.
Rich regularly supported Plenty International. Plenty is a not-for-profit organization that was created to help protect and share the world’s abundance and knowledge for the benefit of all. Plenty supports economic self-sufficiency, cultural integrity and environmental responsibility in partnership with community groups and organizations in Central America, the U.S., the Caribbean, and Africa.
Since 1976, Abby’s House, located in Worcester, has provided more than 11,500 homeless women and children with a safe place to stay, regroup, and rebuild.
Rich was a person who was happy to give to those in need, whether to a family member, a friend or a homeless person on street. His generosity was widespread, heartfelt and without fanfare. Kindness Boomerang is a testament to the way Rich lived.