Category: B&C Clients for a Cause

Giving stray and mistreated dogs a second chance has been a lifelong passion of B&C client Diana Crimi. When she was five years old, her family adopted a rescue dog and her father’s love of dogs is a legacy that Diana carries on. She rescued dogs while attending Florida State University and Jacksonville University, and […]

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights puts forth that all people are entitled to a life with dignity, justice, freedom, equality and peace. These unalienable rights serve as the basis for many international, national and local laws. Unfortunately in today’s world, there are many human rights violations both in the United States and across the […]

For Dr. John and Mrs. Anne McKenzie, helping others is part of their daily lives. John, a retired interventional neuroradiologist, and Anne, a retired special education teacher, have been volunteering with the North Florida School of Special Education (NFSSE) since they moved to Jacksonville 22 years ago. The couple and their two sons have always […]

According to the Adoption Exchange Association, there are about 14,000 children in foster care in the state of Florida¹. Working with children and families in the foster care system is not always easy, but many working in the field believe it’s one of the most important causes in the United States today. B&C client Jess […]

For B&C client Dr. Peter Scholz, retirement has afforded him a chance to explore one of his lifelong passions – archaeology. Born to Swiss parents in New Jersey, Peter returned to Switzerland at 8 years old where he lived until he returned to the U.S. to complete his medical training. After 30 years of active […]