My apologies for the lack of postings lately, but getting the foundation off the ground is taking all my time. The commitment to start helping others can not wait. We need to aid the ones in need immediately and the soonest the foundation gets revenue (and a lot of it) the more lives that we can provide a future.
Fortunately, we have a very passion and committed team working almost full time to make the dreams of others come through. If you are interested in volunteering and help with operational on/off site efforts please contact us.
My consulting company Grupo Bestow has been playing a main role to provide funding to the Foundation. So far GB has donated more than 15k to cover the startup costs of the RCF. The GB partners have agreed to allocate immediately a large percentage of the profits towards the foundation's fundraising needs.
The Foundation has been registered, the board structure is now in place and can't be more than happy with the members I suggested to form our board.
I'm happy to announced our chair: Jossie Tirado, a bright talented professional and co-worker at Microsoft and with a enormous commitment to social change. Jossie was born in Puerto Rico and moved to the U.S to attend school.
Our first gala date is now set and made public. It will be held at the Seattle Athletic Club on October 3rd and only 100 guests will be invited to attend to live this unforgettable night for a change.
Networking and reach out has been a great move to get our foundation mission statement out. The Seattle community is very aware of our mission statement and very eager to support it.
The motivational speeches have played a key role on promoting the foundation goals and we leverage every single opportunity to evangelize our mission.
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|Our operations team|
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