Steve Barbarich Charity Efforts
It’s difficult for most of us to comprehend the amount of pain and suffering local communities go through when a disaster hits their home. Little donations, if contributed by many can trigger the “snowball effect” and build into funds large enough to make an impact in order to help bring victims of natural or man-made disasters back to their feet as well as rebuild their communities. Steve Barbarich vows to use his businesses profits to assist in these charity efforts and bring many people the help they need.
To bring timely relief to local communities devastated by hurricanes, flooding, fire, earthquakes and other civil conflicts such as terrorist attacks and war. With the goal in mind to help out as many people as possible most effectively, Steve Barbarich will work in conjunction with other local charities to ensure funds are spent in the most efficient and appropriate manner, in which the majority of the community believes is suitable.
Steve Barbarich, Philanthropist
Current Charity Efforts
Currently, Steve Barbarich has teamed up with the Gulf Coast Fund to bring disaster relief to Hurricane Ike sufferers in the Gulf Coast Area. In this project he will raise funds from his business sales to give aid to local Texas communities with basic supplies such as shelter, food & clean water.
For the entire month of October, he will give $15 from every sales to help with Hurricane Ike disaster relief efforts & is pleased to be working directly with the Gulf Coast Emergency Response Fund to achieve this charity project. The Gulf Coast Fund provides direct emergency assistance to people in the Gulf Coast area & with sponsorship from The Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, over 93% of this money ends up in the hands of the community. You can donate to the Gulf Coast Fund online at http://rockpa.org/special_programs/gulf-coast-fund/ or send donations by check to Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, ATTN: The Gulf Coast Fund, 6 W 48th Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10036.
Steve Barbarich graduated from Harvey Mudd College majoring in engineering. He then went on to become an inventor, author & CEO in the consumer goods industry. At a young age he realized he needed to do something more than just earn profits with his businesses, leading him to put forth a portion of his profits to charity.