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Aspiring Kindness Makes It’s Largest Grant of $20,0000 to Seton Hall University’s Housing & Residence Life Department​

On October 7th 2015, The Aspiring Kindness Foundation made a grant to Seton Hall University’s Housing & Residence Life Department.  The grant was used for a campus-wide emergency fire exercise and campus fire prevention programs. The emergency fire exercise on October 7th was the largest community-wide drill.  This grant has a special significancebeing that it’s the […]

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Aspiring Kindness Foundation Selected for Amicus Corporate Citizenship Fundraiser

On January 29, 2015, Amicus Therapeutics hosted the Amicus Corporate Citizenship fundraiser in Cranbury, NJ where employees raise funds on behalf of a charity of their choice. Kristen Zimmerman, a Data Management Associate at Amicus Therapeutics, is a survivor of the Seton Hall University Boland Hall fire and a friend of Aaron Karol. Kristen proactively selected The Aspiring Kindness Foundation to be featured at the Amicus Therapeutics’ fundraising event. The results were remarkable. A total of $800 was raised with 100% of those donations given to our foundation!

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Thank You to Our 2nd Annual Golf Outing Sponsors!

On behalf of the Aspiring Kindness Foundation, we would like to thank our sponsors for their continued support. The 2nd annual golf outing was a success, we exceeded our goal to raise $10,000 to benefit the Seton Hall University’s Counseling and Psychological Services! We couldn't have achieved this incredible milestone without your support!

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“Stories From Main Street” WCBS 880 Features Aspiring Kindness Foundation

The Aspiring Kindness Foundation was featured on WCBS 880's "Stories From Main Street" Segment on July 20, 2014. The feature available below, was a lead in to the 2nd Annual Aspiring Kindness Golf Outing that took place on July 28th, 2014 at the Maplewood Country Club in Maplewood, NJ. The hugely successful golf outing raised over $10,000 in benefit of the Seton Hall University's Counseling and Psychological Services. These services played a huge role in helping the victims and victim's families of the 2000 Boland Hall fire.

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4th Annual Kocktails For A Cause a Huge Success

Aspiring Kindness Foundation is proud to report our 4th Kocktials For A Cause was a huge success! We would like to thank everyone who joined us and donated! We were able to secure $3000.00+ at this event to help us further the cause! Thank you for your continued support we look forward to doing bigger […]

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The 1st Annual Golf Outing Was A Huge Success. Thank You

On behalf of Aspiring Kindness Foundation we would like to thank you for  your support. Your commitment to helping Aspire Kindness in our community is sincerely appreciated. The 1st annual golf out was a success due to your support!We look forward to the 2nd annual golf outing next spring!Best Regards,Aspiring Kindness FoundationShaun Fine, Corey Freuler, […]

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3rd Annual Kocktails For a Cause

Aspiring Kindness Foundation is proud to host our 3rd annual fundraising event to honor the memory of our dear friend, Aaron Karol. Location: Beckett’s Bar and Grill 81 Pearl Street New York, NY 10004 Cost: A minimum donation of $30 per person will be accepted at the door, which will include an Aspiring Kindness Foundation […]

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Aspiring Kindness Foundation’s Inaugural Grant to New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center!

On Dec 27th 2011, Aspiring Kindness Foundation made an inaugural grant to NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell.  Aspiring Kindness Foundation donated $10,000 to the William Randolph Hearst Burn Center to benefit patient care, burn center facilities, and clinical programs. Photos: This a significant milestone for Aspiring Kindness Foundation and would not have been possible without your support! We […]

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