“I realized I could not sit idle knowing I had the ability and tools to help. As a father as well as a corporate leader, I knew that we must all come together and support the victims of this horrible tragedy. I want to make it easier for the survivors, their families, and the community to find the resources needed to piece their lives back together again.”
Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com
Howard Dvorkin launched Parkland Cares the day after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. As a 30-year Parkland resident who lives only a few miles from the school, Dvorkin personally funded Parkland Cares’ operating expenses. As chairman of Debt.com, he and his employees – many of whom live in, or close, to Parkland – have made Parkland Cares their designated charity. Dvorkin says, “The world has no shortage of tragedy, but I believe we owe it to our communities and ourselves to help our neighbors who are suffering. Parkland Cares is our way of doing that.”
Debt.com has generously funded Parkland Cares operating expenses and is committed to fund as much is needed to make a meaningful and direct impact on the lives of all those affected by this horrific tragedy.