John Rosatti is not just a man of business, boats and burgers. Despite juggling multiple businesses, he is actively involved in several charitable organizations. Some of the organizations that he has contributed to are The American Heart Association, the Boys and Girls Club of Broward County and The G & P Foundation for Cancer Research.
Rosatti donated the large sum of $1 million to the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach; this may be the largest donation to date. It was aimed to fund the Rosatti Administrative and Media Center, named in honor of his late wife Bonni. Founded in 1960, the Benjamin School prepares students for a challenging and competitive environment.
He served as admiral for the Boys and Girls Club and recently participated in the Annual Show Boats International Boys & Girls Clubs Rendezvous, in West Palm Beach. In addition to business, he continues to support several organizations enthusiastically, in order to improve the lives of many. Rosatti’s donations to the G & P Foundation contributed immensely to their cancer research. He continues to support all those in need, which illustrates his compassion.
Valuable insights from his family and professional experience motivated him to devote time and money to charitable organizations. He felt they would greatly benefit by his involvement. With persistent commitment to charitable ventures, he exemplified benevolence. Perseverance, determination and diligence set a course for forthcoming productive years, inspiring many in pursuit of their own dreams.
Rosatti has a very closely knit family, and this closeness has given him passion and perseverance, even during life’s difficulties. His unwavering devotion makes him without a doubt an admirable model for those in the quest for achievement. He is a firm believer in diligence. He has proven that you can you’re your dreams come true and overcome all obstacles.