Many of you know me through my wife Sarah, and each of you that knew her have memories of how she would go out of her way to help you if she knew that you needed something or if you asked for help. She was always making phone calls, connecting people, rallying troops, and bringing her tireless energy to the aid of others. She did this not only with her friends and acquaintances, but also whenever a charity asked for her help.
Sarah taught me to go out of my way to help others if I have the opportunity, and I am so happy she did. It is a special joy that I get when I am able to make a difference in a friend’s life without expecting anything in return.
Since Sarah died, I have been active in many charities, and each one makes a huge difference to the community it serves. They need help, and since Sarah is not here to help them, I want to.
She always had enough time and energy to help others in need, and not only do I want to embrace that spirit, but I’d like for you to join me as well.
The Pink Key Society is a way for you to join me and harness Sarah’s spirit for embracing the opportunity to help others. Each year the Pink Key Society will host events that, in Sarah’s spirit, are fun, full of friends, and while having a good time, support an important cause.
Sarah died from breast cancer, so this October, I would like to virtually walk in her memory and support the Susan G. Komen breast cancer charity. I invite you to join me as a team member, and if you’d like, to join me for the virtual walk on October 17.
Last year we had about 50 people at the Pink Key Society's first cocktail party, and almost 40 people walk with us at the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk. We were a top 5 fundraising team, raising $9000+ for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation that’s a truly significant amount of money to fight this terrible disease. Thank you for everyone that joined last year!