Thomas Abraham Chairman – Anthony R. Abraham Foundation ,
We are please to Sponsor The Third Annual Around the World with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Benefit being held in Tampa Fl.
For the third year Board member Thomas Malouf and his wife Holly have committed their whole family and resourse to put on this truly rewarding event for the benefit of St. Jude. Tonight over four hundred guest attended the Around The World food festival being sponsored by local Tampa/ St. Petersburg restaurant.
We are honored and thankful that the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation is fulfilling its mission by ensuring that we continue to Love,Honor, Respect and Empowering the Lives of the Suffering, Hopeless and Forgotten and to continue the tradition of supporting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Anthony R. Abraham Foundation
Thomas Abraham, Chairman of the Anthony R. Abraham Foundation, Speaking in Support of the 2015 Bike MS: 175 Mile Breakaway to Key Largo.
In our commitment to continue our stated mission “to insure that love, honor, respect, and empowering the lives of the suffering, hopeless and forgotten” is fulfilled, I want to say it is an honor to have supported the 2015 Bike MS: Breakaway to Key Largo bike challenge.
I have to admit that participating in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s 29th annual Bike MS event was truly rewarding, and of course, challenging. I learned a lot about the meaning of perseverance, the importance of team work, and the desire to support each other no matter how in-surmountable the odds may be. I also dedicated this ride to the memory of my cousin Betty Ann Shaker who passed away this past February and was afflicted with MS for over two centuries.
I was inspired by those individuals participating in the event who were afflicted with MS, and even had the pleasure of riding with one. A group of riders from the Bacardi Team invited me to join them and they introduced me to Theresa Newby of Fort Myers Florida who has been battling with the effects of MS for years. After coming to terms with her diagnosis, she decided to meet each challenge head on and use her strength and determination to to raise awareness for this debilitating condition.
I implore you all to continue to support those organizations that you feel passionate about because they all need your support, both morally and economically. It is one more step we can take towards helping find cures that can change the lives of those who are suffering and feel there is no hope.
Chairman – Anthony R. Abraham Foundation
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In our commitment to continue our stated mission to insure that Love,Honor, Respect and Empowering the Lives of the Suffering, Hopeless and Forgotten.
It is an honor to have Sponsored The New Guy Code and its Founder Che Scott who appeared on TEDx in Coconut Grove.
Ché Scott considers the change in tone among young men discussing women while in group settings, and why that tone has become so negative. Ché challenges us to change that tone to recall that every women is a daughter or sister or mother and should be honored by men in our society as well as themselves.
Ché Scott was born in a small town in Jamaica. Without any football background, Ché walked onto the University of Miami football team in the midst of their latest dominance of college football. That segment of the team’s history produced more NFL players than any other team in the history of college football.
Ché has kept close relationships with many of his former teammates and knows a face on almost every team in the league. After graduating college with a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor in Economics, Ché worked as a licensed General Contractor in South Florida, and helped in the building of projects such as the United Way Center for Excellence.
Ché a jack of all trades…is a licensed minister, a life coach, and a chaplain for the Miami Heat and Miami Hurricanes. He believes in challenging others to find a higher level of thinking. Ché recently published his first book I Like Girls: Honor The New Guy Code.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
We salute you and wish you the best in you endeavor to make a difference.
Anthony R. Abraham Foundation