Lynch Foundation fundraising dinner benefits trafficking survivors
Human trafficking is a serious issue throughout the country, and one local foundation is looking to help those affected. The Lynch Foundation for children is having a fundraising dinner this Thursday and the proceeds will be going to a non-profit called, “Saved in America” and others who are trafficking survivors.
Suzi Day and Armand King were in studio to tell us all about it.
This foundation is created out of our unshakable conviction that the fulfillment of human potential is fundamentally dependent on the education of our children.
We believe every child saved becomes a positive force in the world and capable of caring for his or her own children. Every child lost becomes a negative force affecting future generations. Our mission is to organize, motivate and support professionals and volunteer in the care and education of children.
In a world of increased materialism and diminished faith, we sense a hunger in many people for a worthy cause. We believe developing the potential of children is the ultimate worthy cause. We believe humankind is ready to fulfill the vision of Chardin who prophesized that “Someday, after mastering the winds, the waves, the tides and gravity, we shall harness for God the energies of love, and then, for a second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.”
It is with these thoughts and in the spirit that we join those who have gone before in trying to make a positive difference. We begin with humility, yet optimism. We put our shoulder to the wheel in the sure knowledge that every child saved is a universe preserved.