Jack Nathan passed away on July 3, 2020, at 19 years old. A friend to the Steinberg family, Jack brought life and brightness to any room he walked in. Jack had an exceptional talent for making everyone feel important and relevant, no matter who they were. His creative spirit and commitment to people inspired him to launch Happy-Jack, a design-based fundraiser for mental health and wellness. These issues were important to him and you can view his company’s mission here.
What We’re Doing
Jack’s passing shook our community, and Leav & Steinberg LLP wanted to do something in remembrance of an extraordinary boy. From August 1 and continuing until December 31, 2020, our partner, Edward Steinberg, is hosting a RunRaiser: for each mile completed, participants will donate 25 cents to the Child Mind Institute, Jack’s favorite nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of children, families, and communities affected by mental illness and learning disabilities. After agreeing to donate, you will be given access to Mr. Steinberg’s Garmin tracker to see how many miles he’s completed. On average, Mr. Steinberg runs about 25 miles weekly, which adds up to roughly $125 for the duration of the fundraiser. Once completed, you can donate directly to the Child Mind Institute.