Frank Storch, the VP of M. Leo Storch Management Corporation and Baltimore community activist, is also a successful photographer.
Some of his most impressive photos include shots of politicians, respected Rabbis and other important persons, as well as Jewish ceremonies and events.
He recently featured this photograph on his website:
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The Chesed Fund Limited was established by Frank Storch in memory of Rabbi Norman and Louise Gerstenfeld, and Mordechai and Rebecca Kapiloff.
According to the fund, it “serves the Baltimore community year-round through a variety of Chesed programs for both families in need or the community at large. Safety belts and bike helmets, Community Shredding Day, and CERT disaster response training are just a few among the many programs offered.”
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Baltimore-based Northwest Citizens Patrol recently announced that it will be joining forces with Project Lifesaver. NWCP, founded by Frank Storch in 1981, is an organization that works alongside the local police to ensure the safety of Baltimore residents and visitors.
Now, it will be combining its efforts with Project Lifesaver International to provide rapid response for lost or confused adults and children with Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome, dementia and other cognitive conditions. Project Lifesaver is an organization that supports law enforcement, public safety organizations and community groups throughout the U.S. and beyond, as well as provides equipment, training and certification for those who seek to help in their mission. More than 1,150 agencies in the U.S., Canada and Australia are currently participating in Project Lifesaver.