Andrea was a bright, energetic and motivated young woman of twenty-two when her life was lost in a skiing accident at Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia. Despite our tragic loss, the spirit of Andrea’s love of life, caring for others -particularly the elderly and children- and kindness, lives on through the efforts of The Andrea Rose Teodosio Foundation.
The Andrea Rose Foundation has provided funding to the Akron Children's Museum, The Summit Medina County Battered Women's Shelter, The Akron Food Bank, Stewarts Caring Place, Walsh High School and Holy Family Catholic School to name a few. Our guide in funding is Andrea's love and dedication to the elderly, children, the arts and nature.
Dedicated to making the world a better place, The Andrea Rose Teodosio Memorial Foundation, a non-profit organization, demonstrates values that Andrea held close to her heart including compassionately assisting the underprivileged and elderly, actively addressing environmental issues and promoting community service and education.
Andrea Rose Teodosio was a generous giver, so when the Akron-Canton Food Bank reached out to the community for help during this challenging time, The Foundation wanted to be a generous giver...
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Our 2020 Virtual Run and Walk had 334 participants! We could not be more pleased with the great turnout, thank you everyone! And although the registration was free this year, through generous sponsorships and donations, The Andrea Rose Teodosio Foundation raised approximately $20,000.00!!
Following Covid-19 guidelines, we are cancelling the February 2021 Angel ART Auction. We are grateful to our generous artists and the community for the support every year but at this time, it is important for all of us to stay safe and socially distant. Thank you all for your understanding and continued support.
Your donations will allow us to continue the legacy of Andrea Rose Teodosio. We thank you very much.