We are home to many projects designed to educate people worldwide about important health issues.
We select our projects based on the following factors:
I. A national and/or worldwide issue of concern exists;
II. We build projects that directly address that issue and/or,
III. We can offer expert technology services to other nonprofit agencies already addressing that issue
Our mission is to inform and educate people about select essential issues facing the world's denizens. To accomplish our mission, we must carve out a niche that permits us to grow our presence and become a motivational voice.
We believe that for our small agency's voice to be heard, we must roll out unique and engaging projects. That is why, since 2017, RaP has doggedly worked to invent exciting projects different from conventional nonprofit agency projects.
We have no illusions of becoming a motivational voice overnight. However, when our projects strike a chord and generate a buzz, our team's fresh ideas can potentially serve a worldwide community.
RaP works not only to inform people about select issues, but we also have established programs designed to improve the negative impact these issues have on people, including:
We are bringing oversight to the hotline industry.
Educating the public about Post Intensive Care Syndrome and,
Playing a role in stomping out tobacco manufacturing and political relationships with big tobacco.
About Our Founders
Rob and Noelle Rainer first began their nonprofit teamwork, founding the Abuse Victim Hotline ("AVH") in 2006. AVH was the first SMS based hotline service in the US.
Since 2006, the Rainers, who married in 2007, have dedicated much of the time building nonprofits.
The economy of purpose and design-led the Rainers to found RaP. A 501(C)3 that serves as a hub for all of their nonprofit projects.
The Rainers received Hero of the Day honors during halftime of a Celtics game in 2010