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- Feb. 17, 2019
-- Rev. Tony Crapolicchio the Founder and Pastor of the Trinity Center for Spiritual Living has accepted a Board of Directors position at Lost-n-Found Youth.
Rev. Crapolicchio is a long time supporter of Lost-n-Found Youth, stating he believes the mission of Lost-n-Found Youth to empower homeless LGBTQ youth to transform their lives is humanities spiritual obligation to compassionately end homelessness for all.
Rev. Tony Crapolicchio founded the Trinity Center for Spiritual Living in 1999 after a successful career in the corporate communications field.
In addition to his duties as a Pastor, Rev. Crapolicchio is a contributor to New Thought publications and has shared his motivational messages at events and churches around the world. Rev. Tony has instituted and fulfilled outreach programs locally and nationally. He coordinated the nationwide Centers for Spiritual Living's response to hurricane Katrina, organized the Atlanta New Thought community for a fundraiser for the Haiti earthquake and involves TCSL in many worthwhile Atlanta social programs.
Rev. Tony shares his passion for life and living spiritual principle with his Spouse of 29 years, Dr. Dan Burns.
Rev. Crapolicchio stated, "I believe Lost and Found's mission to provide assistance to LGBTQ Youth while simultaneously empowering the youth with a path to positively transform their circumstances is a profound gift to the LGBTQ community. I am proud to be a part of an organization serving to mold the next generation of LGBTQ leaders."
For more information on Rev. Crapolicchio and the Trinity Center for Spiritual Living visit https://trinitycenteratlanta.org/
For more information on Lost-n-Found Youth visit https://lnfy.org/