Thomas Richards Charity

Thomas Richards Charity

A beloved member of our family, Matt Moscato, died on June 12, 2005. His untimely passing inspired the creation and name of our charity, “Thomas Richards,” from the once owned clothing line by Matt “Thomas” Moscato, and business partner, Brant “Richard” Wiwi. We believe using his business name for our charity is an honorable way to celebrate Matt Moscato’s life. The charity was created to help people in six degrees of separation. The goal of our charity events is not only to raise money for a worthy cause, but also to bring people together, in the spirit of enjoying life’s purpose. In hopes of being inclusive, we strive to keep these events affordable and entertaining with 100% Volunteer Support. Consequently, we enrich our lives and hopefully inspire others to do the same as Matt did for us.

 

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Tim McCatty Family needs our help!

Tim McCatty passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack on April 3, 2018.  He was married to Susie Iaquinta McCatty for almost 25 years.  They started dating at Rochester High School.  Tim was a devoted father, husband, son and friend.  He graciously offered his time, knowledge, and workmanship to help anyone.  He enjoyed working as a carpenter throughout his career with all his uncles, cousins and friends.  He lived in Lapeer, Michigan and Tim worked throughout the Detroit Metro area for over 30 years.  He loved his entire family and always enjoyed being with them.

This fund will aid to further the education of his two sons, Nathan and Jake, also helping the family through this tough time.  As much as they planned this unexpected loss will be a hardship and a challenge to navigate through.  Nathan is a senior at Davison High School and is planning on attending Hobart Welding School in Ohio this fall.  He enjoys fishing, hunting and working on his truck.  Jake is a sophomore he plans to attend college and study criminal justice while continuing to pursue hockey.  Jake enjoys competing in sports, hunting and spending time with friends.

Thomas Richards Charity is asking for its community to help this amazing family during this difficult time.  Donate what you can every bit will help.

Thank you from the McCatty family, Iaquinta family and Thomas Richards Charity.

Thomas Richards Charity is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, and exempt organization “helping those in need in our community” as described in Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Follow the link to make a donation
https://www.gofundme.com/tim-mccatty-family

Please contact us if you have any questions
Tim Ciotti
President TRC
Thomas Richards Charity (FB)
TRCares.com

Cory Ehlers children need your help

On Monday March 12, 2018 Cory Ann Ehlers’ life was taken by the man who promised to love her forever.  This is a tragic loss to her four children, parents, siblings and to everyone she ever met.  She was an active parent at Brooklands Elementary School in Rochester Hills and a long-time staff member at Camp Ticonderoga in Troy. She was an amazing mother, daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin, friend and person.  She sparkled.

Cory has 4 children, Joshua (23), Jonathon (14), Alyvia (9) and Nathan (8). They are now without parents and have long rough road ahead.  This is something that no child should ever have to deal with.

Cory had an amazing heart, she loved everyone she met and would have given her last dollar to help anyone, even when she had nothing to give.  Her positive attitude and openness allowed her to be instant best friends with everyone she met.  When she hugged you, she really hugged you, a crushing hug that would make you feel loved and accepted, no matter what.

To quote our family friends John and Paul (Lennon and McCartney); “And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.”  Cory gave love to everyone, we were all given unconditional love every time we were in her presence.

Her children need our help, they all have a lot of healing to do with the loss of both their parents.  Your donation will go to create a trust for Cory’s children, to help them with this tragic and senseless death of their mother.  Please help us help them.

Thank you from Josh, Christy, Casey, Murphy, David and Thomas Richards Charity.

Thomas Richards Charity is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity, an exempt organization “helping those in need in our community” as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the internal Revenue Code.

Please contact us if you have any questions.

Tim Ciotti,
President TRC
Thomas Richards Charity (Facebook)
TRCares.com

Follow the link to make a donation

gofundme.com/cory-ehlers

 

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Our Mission

Helping those in need in our community.
Thomas Richards Charity’s purpose is to provide help and support to persons in need within our community. Our community is defined as a fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals, in service of helping others.

We deliver value through the design and execution of charitable acts in accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

About Thomas Richards Charity

Thomas Richards Charity is  a 501(c)3 non-profit charity.

A beloved member of our family, Matt Moscato, died on June 12, 2005. His untimely passing inspired the creation and name of our charity, “Thomas Richards,” from the once owned clothing line by Matt “Thomas” Moscato, and business partner, Brant “Richard” Wiwi. We believe using his business name for our charity is an honorable way to celebrate Matt’s life. The charity was created to help people in six degrees of separation. Six degrees of separation (also referred to as the “Human Web”) refers to the idea that everyone is at most six steps away from any other person on Earth, so that a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to connect any two people in six steps or less. Matt enjoyed life and took advantage of everything that life had to offer. Therefore, when Matt passed we were reminded how valuable life is and that we need to enjoy it more with the people around us. The goal of our charity events is not only to raise money for a worthy cause, but also to bring people together, in the spirit of enjoying life’s purpose. In hopes of being inclusive, we strive to keep these events affordable and entertaining. Consequently, we enrich our lives and hopefully inspire others to do the same as Matt did for us.