Sunday, April 19, 2009

Change for Chad









CHAD - Charitable Hands Are Divine
Date: Monday, April 20, 2009
Time: 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Location: City Hall
Street: 1737 Main Street
City/Town: Columbia, SC




Five years ago returning to college, Chad was in a fatal automobile accident. In rememberance of their eldest son, Bobby and Lisa Radvansky started an organization called "Charitable Hands Are Divine" , the acronymn being CHAD. The goal of "CHAD" was to create scholarships, to create a desire in people to perform acts of kindness and to become involved in their communities. Lisa assists others suffering from tragic events in their lives. Bobby is always on hand to lend a hand. Recently Bobby, (Bob to some) was on a local radio station and the "interview" lent itself to creating a larger vision for the community on a much grander scale than the Lugoff-Elgin, Camden area. I would encourage you to attend the meeting tomorrow evening as I think some great things are about to happen. The mayor of Columbia is on board and wants to see individuals show more kindness to one another...to help their neighbors...after all, we ARE our brothers keepers.
I remember Chad as a polite young man I taught in Sunday School. My daughters remember Chad as fine looking, charismatic, fun guy to hang out with at church and other activities. I am supporting this effort in rememberance of Chad and because Bobby and Lisa are wonderful friends with a great vision! Life is Good...let us all help our "brothers" along the path! Hope to see you tomorrow evening!


5 comments:

Anita said...

Thanks for the post - I hope great things happen with CHAD. I will always remember him as my seminary student that asked the "hard" questions and *usually* stayed awake...

LuLu Belle said...

I wish I had been able to meet him. He has a wonderful mother. His spirit will continue to impact many people, through CHAD.

thedailydish said...

Good luck to you all, Connie. xo

daffy said...

Lovely post Connie, I second Dishy and wish you all lots of luck. xx

Rosezilla said...

That's so hard losing a child. Bless them for trying to bring some good from it.