The LENN Foundation

Local Real Estate Company Kicks off 2019 with Help for the LENN Foundation to Raise over $60K in One Month

LogoWith an average annual medical cost of over $2 million for every child born with cerebral palsy or similar genetic disorders, make no mistake, health insurance is not fitting the entire bill. Unfortunately, government-funded programs, too often, don't meet the need either. So what's a family facing this monumental financial challenge do? Enter, The LENN Foundation. They want to introduce the partners who have linked arms with them to mitigate the financial hardship families face. Starting 2019 with a hopeful bang heard throughout a growing number of warriors poised to make a change in America, one such standout corporation is Columbus Turnkey Houses Group (CTH). Via the hard work of their teams at Sell House Columbus and Columbus Turnkey, The LENN Foundation was the grateful recipient of over $60k raised from early December to early January. Raised within one month, CTH rallied forces to help children reach for the life most kids take for granted.

The LENN Foundation Launches YouTube Video to Show the Face of Childhood Cerebral Palsy

LogoCreated to put a baby's face on a disease almost too common in society, The LENN Foundation releases a new video on YouTube. The first of what will be many, the video highlights small children and their families facing genetic disorders like cerebral palsy. The brainchild of Columbus Turnkey Houses Group (CTH) co-founders, Dave Payerchin and RJ Pepino, and created with the help of a donation from PM Title, the video was produced and directed by videographer and Philanthropic Leader David Rowe. With clarity, not only does it give viewers a glimpse of what children and their parents go through, it answers the question "What can we do?"

Collective Genius Raises $36k for the LENN Foundation at 2018 Mastermind Seminar

LogoCollective Genius Mastermind Seminar donation pays for 100% of twin boys’ intensive therapy program in Boston, MA to help them live fuller lives despite cerebral palsy.