Insight with Mark Farrell An engaging forum to examine and discuss a vast array of everyday obstacles and challenges facing adults and children today.

October 20, 2017  

 

 
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Jimmy Pannullo’s heart is bigger then the impressive homes he builds.  In 2012, this determined Long Islandcontractor wanted to create a platform to give to families in need.  Then it dawned on him that his vast skill set as a seasoned carpenter is an ideal way to help families by transforming  an unfinished basement a fun, comfortable and beautiful respite for a child with a disability or serious illness.  So whether it’s expanding and making a child’s room awesome or improving the parent’s bedroom - Jimmy puts his heart and soul into every detail and it’s likely he’ll even improve a sibling’s bedroom because he wants them to feel just as important and deserving as the rest of the family.  Mark also speaks with one of the proud recipients of Jimmy Pannullo’s organization - “Be A Kidd”, Lisa Monteforte, who shares her immense gratitude for Jimmy and his tireless efforts to vastly improve their home for their daughter Victoria.  Hear how Jimmy funds “Be A Kidd” to how he captured the attention of the Today Show where his magnanimous work was featured.  Jimmy’s quite busy improving homes for families that are unable to do so financially themselves and it’s typically after a long day working his day job building homes or he can be found on the weekends making families happier in their home.  Help Jimmy help families.  Find him on Facebook: Be A Kidd.

 

Should the government require cars to have a dashboard indicator alerting drivers that their kids are in the backseat?  Why aren’t more morally people driven to serve the public?  Listen for those musings and more from Mark.     

 

 

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