Orphan World Relief's Recognizes Three Outstanding Businesses for their Community Support
By: Proactive Health; SuperGames; Linworth Road Church
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Nov. 19, 2018 - PRLog -- Recently, at Orphan World Relief's annual dinner celebrating 10 years of changing lives, the President of Orphan World Relief thanked three local businesses for taking the initiative to support orphans, foster and at-risk children through their efforts over time.
"These three organizations have gone above and beyond to help us fulfill our mission," said Doug Riggle, President at Orphan World Relief's dinner.
Proactive Health and Wellness
For the past several years, Dr. Reinhart and staff have been fantastic supporters of Orphan World Relief. Each year they've selected a month to host an event where they've made a financial donation for every new patient. And this year, they sold t-shirts at the same time to help us – promoting it with a Facebook live interview with President and Founder, Doug Riggle.
"Community support is vital for us to succeed as an organization,"
"Since the formation of Orphan World Relief, SuperGames has been an amazing partner of ours and we're proud to recognize them for their support," said Doug Riggle.
Their partnership formed at the start of Orphan World Relief's founding and have been critical to their success in changing lives on a global scale. www.SuperGames.org
Linworth Road Church
The concept of Orphan World Relief can be traced back to a short-term trip to Kiev, Ukraine that Linworth Road Church sponsored. On that trip, President and Founder, Doug Riggle, developed the first ideas of how to support orphans and at-risk children. "Without Linworth Road Church, we wouldn't exist," said Doug. "They've been working alongside of us every step of the way and have been a tremendous financial and prayer supporter."
Linworth Road Church continues to be an example of community leadership in action. "Linworth has been part of my life for almost 20 years. I'm excited to see what the next 10 years in partnership brings to both organizations,"