I recently learned about ReesSpecht Life, founded in honor of Rees Specht. His parents, Rich and Samantha Specht, began the campaign after the loss of their son. ReesSpecht Life encourages kindness, "dedicated to his memory, and our commitment to make the world a better place in his name. Help us help each other. Let’s all work together and do the small things that make a big difference. Our little Boy’s life was brief, we hope to make his legacy eternal. We all possess the ability to do something Super: Respect each other, respect ourselves".
The story. Rees' parents and a family friend were preparing for Hurricane Sandy when Rees found his way to the backyard fish pond. Despite valiant efforts to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation by his father and paramedics, Rees did not recover. This remarkable couple has found strength and made it their purpose to honor their son and create a better world. Amazing.
"The money we raise through fundraisers and donations will be reinvested in our community to ensure these ideals are met. We can make a difference in this world, one piece at a time. Help us help each other. Help us respect each other, help us ReesSpecht life."
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