Goldrich Kest, owners of Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort in Newport Beach and Huntington Beach-based Sunset Marina, is celebrating its 60th anniversary by launching “60 Acts of Kindness” campaign. The company is seeking submissions from those in need who need a boost to improve their lives and/or the lives of their families and communities. Perhaps one’s bicycle was stolen and that was their primary mode of transportation to and from work, a student needs a computer to help her with her studies, a senior citizen requires a wheelchair but lacks the funds to purchase one or a single mom needs help with childcare, etc.
“Goldrich Kest was built on recognizing and fulfilling the needs of a wide spectrum of people and philanthropy has been a bedrock of our 60-year history,” said company President Carole Glodney. “We are excited to launch 60 Acts of Kindness and look forward to continuing our mission of helping those in the communities we serve.”
To be considered, send a concise 1-page description of your need to 60Acts@frankgroffinc.com
The company was founded by Jona Goldrich and Sol Kest, both Holocaust survivors who have since passed. They launched their company in 1957 with $200 in their pockets and parlayed that into an extensive portfolio of residential, commercial, industrial, and retail space statewide.
For more information about the company, visit goldrichkest.com