One life has ended but more lives will be saved.
It all started with the story of an extraordinary young man named Todd. Todd was 28 years old. One morning, on his way to work, his life ended in a tragic accident.
Todd had fun in life but most importantly he had tremendous compassion for the human race, especially the children. He tried to make a difference in children's lives by contributing to many charitable organizations. A week or so before Todd's accident, there was a documentary on television entitled "Save the Children of Latin America." Todd placed his hand on the television screen, pointing to the children, and with authority and conviction in his voice, he looked at his mother and said, "we have to take care of these children." Todd, we heard you loud and clear. Out of love, honor and respect for Todd, we have memorialized the legacy of our son, brother, and friend by forming the Todd Anglin Home for Children.
Each child deserves to have the basic necessity of life, the opportunity to fully develop his or her potential, and a chance for great human accomplishments.
We believe that every child’s life is important. Working together, we can prepare these precious children to grow into confident and useful members of society, strong in mind, body, and spirit.
Incorporated in 2005, the Todd Anglin Home For Children is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity in the United States.