American Van Lines’ Charitable Act Helps Underprivileged Children in
Colombia by Supporting Fundacion Rayito De Sol - Charitable Organization in
This inspiring story exemplifies how good intentions followed by a little effort can birth hope and
motivation despite disheartening circumstances.
(PRWEB) April 25, 2010 -- American Van Lines Fort Lauderdale movers recently donated to a cause that
benefits some of the unfortunate children in South America. The heartfelt contribution of the Fort Lauderdale
based moving company was made to support Fundacion Rayito De Sol, an organization set out to improve the
quality of life for the youth of Choco, Colombia through educational and nutritional programs.
Fundacion Rayito De Sol was started by a business executive from South Florida, Conny Ragone. After visiting
Colombia, Ragone was astonished at the wide spread poverty of Choco’s children and decided to do something
about it. This experience is what motivated Ragone to create Fundacion Rayito De Sol.
Anthony DiSorbo, owner of American Van Lines attributes his success to the considerate and innovative thinking
of his family. As the head of a family-owned and operated moving company, Anthony grew up in a close knit
family who made conscientious decisions that consequently affected his future. Wanting to give other children of
the world a fighting chance is the driving force to his support of Fundacion Rayito De Sol.
Through educational and nutritional initiatives, Fundacion Rayito De Sol has made vital steps toward improving
the lives of thousands in Choco, Colombia. Its first plan of action was to construct a sporting and activities center
for kids of all ages to develop and grow accordingly. The complex has given way to community dining areas that
now provide children with a healthy and well-balanced diet. The Foundation also began creating job opportunities
by planting the exotic Borojo plant, a nutritious and energizing fruit that’s used in juice, ice cream, capsules and
The charity has since