Merriam-Webster defines charity as the voluntary giving of help, typically in the form of money, to those in need. Well it just so happens that Patrick Zarrelli, the CEO of The Print Killer Media Network and Dependable Website Management is a big believer in charity and giving to charitable contributions. He has always felt that it is the right thing to do since he has been so lucky in his own life. With the successes he has had at this point of his life, Zarrelli felt that charity was a perfect way to spread that ‘luck’ as he sees it, to others.
Zarrelli is proud to be able to donate and help causes and foundations that he believes in. He states, “Why do I donate to charity? For the greater good? To help people in need? To give back to society? Yeah, that’s all great and all, but I’m honestly just trying to offset some personal sins and maybe get my sentence in purgatory cut down to a few thousand years for good behavior.”
And while Zarrelli is ‘tongue-in-cheek’ about his motivations for why he gives, one thing that is not so ‘tongue-in-cheek’, and that is that he knows that charity goes a long way and he genuinely is happy to be able to do it.
Some of the charitable organizations that Zarelli has been a benefactor to, include:
Doing website creation, hosting and server support pro-bono for The Foundation for Recovery.
Charitable donations to The Winterfest Boat Parade.
Charitable donations to The Wilton Manors Stone Wall Parade.
A $1,000 donation to The Jack and Jill Foundation.
Building a website pro-bono for The Ryan Owens Foundation. Owens was the Navy SEAL that was singled out in the Donald Trump State of the Union address.
And while Zarrelli may playing coy about why he donates to charity, the truth is, that he is very proud to be able to do so. Charity is a sign of a good soul. It is the sign of someone who cares about the neighborhood and the things going on in it. Zarrelli knows this and it is a big reason for why he will continue to give.
Patrick puts it best when he says, “Hey, you can’t take it all with you when you meet your maker if you indeed do that. So I think it’s best to sprinkle some to others along the way and do some good.”
To that, I say, Amen brother.