Talk Fusion Founder and Chief Executive Officer Bob Reina has been at the fore in the efforts of community service and building capacity across the globe. Embedded in his personality, and by extension in the aims of Talk Fusion, is the belief that great success comes with greater responsibility.
In over 140 countries, Reina’s charitable efforts have had an impact on both people and animals. He has not only made donations to humanitarian causes but also in saving animals through animal orphanages. When natural disasters struck, particularly the Nepal Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, Bob Reina conducted fundraisers and made donations to the affected people.
As a lover of animals, Bob Reina commonly takes in stray animals under his care. Currently, he has 11 dogs and cats. As a result, he has had to hire two staff responsible for the hygiene of his pets. Reina has learnt to gladly share his house with the 6 dogs and 5 cats. As though to familiarise with each other, he has gone ahead to name each of the pets. The dogs are Presley, Blue Bell and Stormy, all basset hounds. Bindi, by then a puppy, was rescued from an alligator attack after losing a leg. To close the list of dogs is Labrador mix and sport who Reina describes as a giraffe courtesy of his long neck and legs. The cats, also rescued by Reina, are Lucky, Mystery, Scrappy, Madison and Chance.
Further, in a show of his love for animals, Reina has donated a total of $ 1 million toward Humane Society of Tampa Bay. The contribution is geared towards establishment of a veterinary clinic to offer affordable animal healthcare. Reina has also sponsored the annual appreciation day for pet blood donors, an event facilitated by BluePearl Veterinary Partners. According to Darryl Shaw, BluePearl’s Chief Executive, Reina has in several occasions catered for treatment costs for other families’ pets. Shaw describes Reina’s generosity towards animals as boundless.
Reina recommends the book, ‘Eight Steps to Seven Figures’ by Charles Carlson. He describes the book as having great interviews of men who worked to be millionaires today. Learn more: https://ideamensch.com/bob-reina/