Pacific Union International has established a fund to honor the lives of Nashim Ghanadan, Floria and Navid Hakimi, and Scott and Lara Shepherd, who were killed in an August 5 plane crash in Southern California. Ghanadan, Floria Hakimi and Lara Shepherd worked together in Pacific Union’s Danville office.
The company is donating $100,000 to the Pacific Union Community Giving Fund, a 501(c)(3). Donations can be made through links to the Fund, which will be used as follows:
The Nasim Ghanadan Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Nasim Ghanadan
The Ghanadan family will name the beneficiaries of these donations in the near future. Make a donation.
The Floria & Navid Hakimi Memorial Fund
Established in memory of Floria Hakimi and her son, Navid
The Hakimi family will name the beneficiaries of these donations in the near future. Make a donation.
The Children of Scott and Lara Shepherd
Established in memory of Scott and Lara Shepherd
Donations will provide support for the general living expenses and educational needs of the Shepherds’ two young children. Note contributions to the Shepherd children are not tax-deductible. Make a donation.
The Moyer Foundation
Selected by Pacific Union International to provide grief counseling to children and adults who have suffered the loss of a child or a parent
Donations are accepted online using a credit or debit card at moyerfoundation.org/donate/.
“Today the community, family and friends of Pacific Union step forward together to embrace the future of those left behind as a result of this recent tragedy,” said Mark McLaughlin, CEO of Pacific Union International. “We all share in the grief of the loss of life. Now we share together in nurturing those left behind.
“The effects of this loss to our community, families, and friends will not go away overnight,” McLaughlin said. “This difficult journey is just beginning for those left behind whose lives have been changed in profound ways. On behalf of Pacific Union International, thank you for joining us in honoring those we hold in our hearts today.”
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