Proudly Highlighting Inspirational Organizations Who Make a Difference

Inspirational Stories & Organizations

From time to time, people or organizations have truly special experiences and missions to share. We hope that our site brings light to these special stories as highlighted below. Our mission is to add more of these inspirational stories, whether they’ve touched our own organization or those around us.

Joan Kroc, Philanthropist

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Joan Kroc, McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc’s third wife, was known as one of the greatest philanthropists of our time. She began a legacy of hope when she entrusted The Salvation Army with $1.5 billion to build community centers all across the country. Her dream to build a network of “Kroc Centers” has become a reality with established centers across the country providing opportunities in arts, education, and athletics for children, adults, and families in underserved communities. The $3 billion donations by the Krocs’ is the largest philanthropical gifts ever made in US history, as of 2016 date of books’ publication.

Herren Project

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Napoli Management is pleased to partner with Herren Project to assist our employees and their families with addiction recovery support, if a need arises. This services includes treatment navigation, recovery coaching, and resources and guidance for the families. Herren Project will walk with you on your journey to recovery. Services may be requested via text, phone, or email and are available Monday-Friday 9am to 9pm.

My Brother’s Keeper

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Our Brother’s Keeper has an extraordinarily humble beginning in which its founders Jim Orcutt and his wife, Terry co-founded the organization twenty-six years ago, serving families from the cellar of their home. Their friends and family collected soda cans for the 5-cent returnable deposit, the first fundraising effort for My Brother’s Keeper.

McAauley Ministries

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McAuley Ministries provides the basic needs of food, shelter, clothing, health services, emotional support, and guidance to the most vulnerable in the community. In addition to ministering to the immediate needs of those who seek their help, McAuley Ministries advocates for changes that better serve the needs of those to whom they serve and seek to create a caring community where people can connect with one another.