Matthew Kindel Makes Shepherd's Pie for Children at the Rapp House
By Mary Ann Bounacos
Matthew Kindel, lead criminal attorney in the New Port Richey and Spring Hill offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, along with fellow members of the Rotary Club of Trinity, made Shepherds Pie for the sheltered children at The YFA Rapp House in New Port Richey.
The YFA Rapp House is a shelter run by Youth and Family Alternatives for juveniles who need a warm and caring place to stay. The mission of Youth and Family Alternatives, Inc. is committed to working in collaborative partnership with families and communities to establish, maintain and enhance a nurturing and safe environment for children. As one of the area’s leading providers of social services to children and families they are dedicated to strengthening the family.
As a member of the Rotary Club of Trinity, Matt has also assisted with their charitable work The Little Light house of the Blind, Pace Center for Girls, Pasco Kids First, Salvation Army Center of Hope, Pure Water for the World and the Angelus.
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