Bob Reina is more than just a CEO of Talk Fusion. He means so much more to those who depend on him year after year. For those people, they depend on the money that they receive from the donations provided by Bob Reina.
One of those groups is the Tampa Bay Humane Society. They depend on the donations they get each year to support the strays and unwanted animals in the area. Each year, there is an annual gala organized and many contributors are brought in to write checks and offer donations to the humane society.
Each year when Bob Reina attends, he writes a check for a good amount of money and this is to help those in the shelter that might not have made it otherwise. The donation he made this year was for $250,000. This was not the only donation that he made to the shelter. Later this year, he was approached to help with an idea that the Tampa Bay humane society had.
The thought they had shared was on the building of a vet center that would help pet owners in the area who otherwise are unable to provide vet services for their pets. For most pet owners, they do not know the different resources they could have through the humane society. They instead don’t use the services and eventually because of their lack of knowledge, more pets are brought into the society.
Most pet owners do not know that the humane society offers low cost or no cost spay and neuter. If more people knew about this service, there would be far less pets needing homes. You have to imagine the amount of pets there are waiting for homes already before there are more born. Also, there are a number of dogs or cats that will come into shelters pregnant that are forced to give birth in a cage and whose pups or kittens are forced to live in cages for their first several weeks or months of birth.
Bob Reina himself is a lovable pet owner. He believes that they need to have a chance of survival no matter the circumstance. That is why he opts to offer donation year after year to the humane society. Learn more: http://www.forbes.com/sites/quickerbettertech/2010/11/10/talk-really-can-be-cheap/#2924b32c4076