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A man so kind-hearted that he would share his last bite of food with anyone, who always put others first, and never let his circumstances dictate his attitude. This man was Jose Radhames Fernandez, and his love for people was so great that it inspired the creation of Rada's Love Legacy.

I Am Jose Radhame.

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The HIStory 

Jose was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to New York City with his wife and three children in pursuit of a better life. From the moment he arrived, he immersed himself in his community and dedicated himself to helping others. He was known for his gentle and sweet nature, his charisma, and his unwavering devotion to doing everything with love.

As a father, Jose was always there for his children, offering them unconditional support and guidance. He used to tell his daughter, Norkis Fernandez, "Mami, listen to your heart, but no matter what, I got your back." And that sentiment lived on even after his passing.

Norkis Fernandez was inspired by her father's selflessness and the impact he had on their community. She founded Rada's Love Legacy in honor of her father's legacy, with the mission of continuing his work of spreading love and kindness. The organization is dedicated to empowering people to do good in their communities and promoting acts of kindness and generosity.

Jose's legacy of love and kindness is the driving force behind Rada's Love Legacy. His daughter Norkis is continuing the work that he started, and the impact of his love is felt every day through the organization's various programs and initiatives.

Jose's kindness and generosity have left an indelible mark on the world. Even in the face of adversity, he never lost his passion for helping others. He became a pillar in his community, a beacon of hope, and an inspiration to all who knew him.

"We are a global community of interconnected souls seeking to build a better world, and volunteering is our most powerful tool to achieve it."

Cristina Pardo

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