The Ross Family Legacy Foundation supports charities and non-profit organizations in order to make an immediate, positive impact on the lives of people and animals in our communities.
"You must be the change you want to see in the world."
- Mahatma Gandhi
Creating the RFLF was a labor of love. Community service and a passion for helping others is a common thread binding members of our foundation. We believe that positive change can be effected one community, and one person at a time.
Together, we are working to make this happen. By lending not only financial, but hands-on support to organizations in our communities, we are seeing that change. The rewards are many. If you would like more information on the Ross Family Legacy Foundation, please call 714-840-6113. The RFLF headquarters are located in Huntington Harbour, California.
Bill graduated from CSULB, and did graduate work in the MBA program at Pepperdine University. He grew up in the family food business, and started Bloomfield Bakers in 1991. The company specialized in natural and organic products. With Bill’s guidance and foresight, the business grew to 200 million by the year 2007. After selling to Ralcorp, Bill is now concentrating his efforts in giving back to the community. He is part of the mentorship program at Cal State Fullerton in the business department, a member of the Roosters, consulting with food companies, and a charter member of the Huntington Harbour Kiwanis. He is proud to have founded the Ross Family Legacy Foundation, and is looking forward to making a real difference in the lives of others.
Patricia attended Long Beach City College,and worked for American Airlines for 28 years as a flight attendant. She received the prestigious Excellence in Service Award. Patricia is a charter member of the Huntington Harbour Kiwanis Club, volunteer for the Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee, Roosters, and has donated countless hours assisting senior citizens. She is committed to volunteerism, and guiding future projects of the Ross Family Legacy Foundation.
Rachel is currrently residing in San Francisco, California. She has a B.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State, and attended NYU’s Screenwriting Certificate program. Rachel spends her time volunteering for PACT, Inc., a non-profit organization that helps low-income and first generation students attend college. Other volunteer projects Rachel has contributed to are the One Warm Coat drive, Earth Day, Ocean Beach clean-up, dog walking for the Brooklyn SPCA, Help Is On The Way AIDS benefit, Boo At The Zoo, Los Angeles, Justice Now, Meals on Wheels, and Roosters food drive.
Eva holds an M.S. degree from Boston University in Journalism. She worked as a newscaster for WRKO in Boston, and KHJ and KRTH in Los Angeles. She was the editorial writer and public service director for KHJ and KRTH. Eva is currently a writer for the Orange County Register. Her philanthropic endeavors include: Founder of Kiwanis Huntington Harbour, 3 time chairman of the Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee, board member of the Marina High School Educational Foundation, board member Fountain Valley Kiwanis Club, 5 time chairman of Britney’s Closet-a clothe the children event, board member Huntington Harbour Cancer League, and chair of over 30 charitable fundraising events. Eva is the recipient of the prestigious City of Huntington Beach Volunteer of the Year award. She is passionate about giving back to the community, and believes the Ross Family Legacy Foundation is the perfect venue to accomplish this.
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Allison is the owner of APA Consulting (www.apaconsulting.biz) as a business consultant specializing in sales and marketing. Allison holds an undergraduate degree in Organizational Leadership and her AA was in Merchandise Marketing. Allison is an entrepreneur and a go getter! Those attributes have been essential to helping non for profit organizations in need. Giving back to the community is very important to Allison. She focuses on San Diego and mainly works with four organizations: Angels Family Foster Network (as an active board member), Rancho Coastal Humane Society, Love on a Leash and St. Paul’s Senior Centers. She is a first place recipient of the National Youth Character Award, has received the Regional Occupation Program’s 1st place award in Consumer and Public Service, produced over 20+ fashion shows/ events to raise money for organizations like the Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Juniors, National Charity League, Sondt Foundation, Charity Solutions and Child Abuse Prevention Foundation. In addition, Allison has and volunteers her time for Charity Solutions, Hospital CHI Fund, Love on a Leash (with her dog Riley) Family Matters, Rancho Coastal Humane Society as a foster parent, San Diego Humane Society, and St. Paul’s Senior Center. Allison is dedicated to assisting others and believes fervently in the positive change it can bring.