We are working to find solutions on the ground on site and in person providing comfort, shelter and a safe environment for families and individuals faced with disaster. People in need of relief from natural and geo-political disaster want to find a way back on their feet, we help them find their balance. We believe in getting there and making a difference in person as soon as possible. We take donations from local businesses and use them to give comfort and aid. Help us connect with donors and with people in need locally and internationally.
Working with yours and our community we seek out needed or struggling programs providing program sustaining assistance procuring supplies, education material, construction projects, clothing, and nutrition. We mobilize our teams of volunteers to make a real difference. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on change.
We believe in a structed education in Technical and Trade skills coupled with a sound Academic foundation can strengthen a child’s ability to succeed and thrive. We assist community programs with supplies, logistics and support to keep the doors open.
Our community is full of people who want to help Kids. We work to help the people continue providing services to the Kids who need and want them.
William “Bill” T. Frey, originally from NYC, spent 10 years as a ward of the state in the foster care system. When the Iran hostage crisis grew more desperate in the spring 1980, Bill decided to get involved by joining the Navy. His Navy career allowed him to see the world, including involvement in refugee relief efforts off the coast of Vietnam for which his crew and ultimately his unit received a meritorious unit citation.
After leaving the Navy, Bill had a 20-year career with FedEx involving all aspects of intermodal commerce logistics (trucking and aircraft interface), retiring as an operations manager. While his FedEx career progressed, he maintained his commitment to service of his country by being in the Army Reserve as an Infantryman activated for Desert Storm. He was later transferred to the Army National Guard, training and qualifying as a helicopter mechanic and crew chief. In 1996, he relocated with FedEx to the Boston Metro area which impacted his National Guard career. He took this change as an opportunity to transfer into the United States Coast Guard (USCG) reserve. On top of his full-time job and work within the reserve, Bill attended community college for business management and law, as well as earning a certificate in coastal zone management.
When the events on 9/11 took place, Bill was in NYC on his way to a meeting. Having learned of the events unfolding, he contacted his USCG reserve unit and was activated for service in NYC that evening. Having seen first-hand what was left of the World Trade Towers, Bill knew his career with FedEx had become less of a priority and that serving in the local community, and the community at large, was a greater calling. That calling resulted in 16-years on active duty with the USCG, eventually retiring as Engineering Chief in 2018.
These experiences throughout his lifetime allowed him many opportunities to solve unique problems and provide aid, witnessing first-hand the changes from despair to relief in a person’s eyes. Starting out in foster care as a youth, Bill has been on the giving end of that relief and wishes to utilize his life experiences to continue to do so in a more diverse environment.