Committee Spotlights

“What really inspired me particularly about this committee is helping children and families. If there are children requiring assistance, we should all come together and collaborate and figure out a way to help them.”
– Antonio Biondi, Event Chair

The Kids for Kids Foundation community is made up of friends, family, and colleagues who organize and support family-oriented fundraising events. Meet some of our inspiring members.

Nick Raineri

Spotlight on Nick Raineri

There is just a handful of people who have been with Kids for Kids since the very beginning, and Nick Raineri is one of the select few. As a founding […]

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John Esslinger

Spotlight on John Esslinger

Just about anyone you talk to who is a part of Kids for Kids will tell you that it’s like a family. And John Esslinger is no different. “We treat […]

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Sal Amato

Spotlight on Sal Amato

Not long after learning about Kids for Kids, Sal knew he wanted to be a part of the committee right away. During his very first meeting “I met everyone involved […]

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Kids for Kids Foundation - Brian Kaminskey

Spotlight on Brian Kaminskey

Brian had been a supporter of Kids for Kids events since the very first Family Fun Day. And what inspired him to make a bigger commitment to join the Committee […]

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Spotlight on Robert Catalano

Spotlight on Robert Catalano

Having attended numerous industry-based charity events throughout his career, Robert was inspired to host one himself, but with a twist – he would make it family-friendly. He recalls, “I noticed […]

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Spotlight on Antonio Biondi

Spotlight on Antonio Biondi

Antonio is part of a number of charitable communities, but there is one thing that sets Kids for Kids apart from the others. “The selflessness I see in this [committee] […]

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Spotlight on Craig Shapiro

Craig is one of Robert Catalano’s oldest and dearest friends. And though Robert jokes that “When we first started this charity, it was whoever was closest to me that I […]

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