The Andrew Rinaldi Memorial Fund, created to assist young adults to establish a clear and safe direction in their lives.
The Andrew Rinaldi Memorial Fund, Inc. (“Andrew’s Fund”) is a not-for-profit corporation established in memory of Andrew Rinaldi who died suddenly, at the age of 24, in June of 2016.
Through the generation of funds, the mission of Andrew’s Fund is to establish and promote programs that provide assistance for young adults/older teenagers in establishing a clear and safe direction in their lives.
We’re excited to share that our short film “Racial Harmony”, which documents the program that we sponsored to bring youth together to discuss racial issues and create music and videos, has won several awards from film festivals over the last few months:
- Nominated for Best Documentary Short by the IndieX Festival in Los Angeles
- Runner Up for Best Documentary Short by the Oniros Film Festival in New York in May
- Winner for Best First Time Producer by the Oniros Film Festival in May
AND, we have been selected to be streamed live at the Global Peace Film Festival’s Free For All Shorts program, which will be held online from September 26 through October 2nd!
Click HERE for a link to the program between Sept 26 and Oct 2:
2022 ‘Free for All’ Shorts – Global Peace Film Festival
Watch Lucy Rinaldi’s Pre-Festival Interview with the Global Peace Festival Organisers HERE
We are thrilled to announce that our fifth studio, at the Bergen Family Center in Englewood, NJ, has also opened. The Bergen Family Center serves people of all ages in its community and the studio will be located in their teen center, serving teenagers and young adults, although like the other studios, it will be open for all.
The first studio created and memories of Andrew.