WITH ANGELS FOUNDATION INC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that partners with like-minded businesses, care providers, and individuals who offer support to families going through traumatic times and serves as an educational and resource platform.
"Kids should not die"
WITH ANGELS FOUNDATION is founded by Inna Trakhtenberg, mother of 11-years old Anthony Reznik who was hit by a speeding car, that ran a red light, suddenly while crossing the street in Sunny Isles, FL on the 10th of February, 2021. Anthony endured serious head trauma and after 24-hours his family was counseled by their medical team that he would not recover from his brain injuries, and they should take him off life support.
Inna was not ready to give up and chose to spend the next 14 days practicing holistic medicine approaches to heal her son’s body and allow herself to grieve and say goodbye. Ultimately Reznik family made the decision to take Anthony off life support for him to help save other lives.
Upon harvesting Anthony’s organs, Inna learned that the 14-days she spent holistically healing Anthony’s body lead to his organs being in better condition and allowing him to offer more to the organ recipients had he shared them after 24 hours
This experience was a lightbulb moment for Inna, she was able to heal her son as much as possible, find closure and say goodbye, and offer multiple families the opportunity for their children to receive life and the hope that she can form bonds with the families and carry out Anthony’s life through them.
Inna realized that so many parents do not receive the opportunity she had in helping their child achieve a stronger and more comfortable state through holistic practices, process the extreme grief, find support among parents in the same situation, connect with the organ recipient families and form a lifetime bond.
Opening Heart and Mind Helps Connect and Heal!
To assist families who have lost their children and prevent cruel tragedies from happening.
Developing a social change model to fight aggression and cruelty that can be implemented in any community, nationwide, and worldwide.
WHAT WE DO
Spread awareness and understanding of pedestrian safety and organ donation through; documentaries, educational programs, and public service campaigns for broadcast and for use in safety, educational, and enforcement programs. Programs for teenagers in schools;
Connect donor families and recipients. For donor families, this sharing may help in the grieving process. For recipients, it can provide the opportunity to express gratitude and share information about progress and renewed lives.
Developing a social change
Lift a financial burden from families who have lost a child by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services;
Comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support and peer companions.
STATISTICS AND OUR ACTIVITY IN NUMBERS
Motor vehicle crashes in Florida
Children's lives were saved
New legislation passed
(the “Anthony Reznik Act”)
OUR LATEST NEWS
Resolution urging the Florida legislature to enact senate bill (sb) 476, house bill (hb) 297, The “Anthony Reznik Act,” or similar legislation that would provide stronger civil and criminal
penalties for aggressive careless driving resulting in damage to property or person,
serious bodily injury or death approved.
This is the bench, a very special bench. It’s dedicated to Anthony - son, brother, grandson, a friend to a lot of people- Anthony Reznik ❤️ “little bear”. Thanks to Sunny Isles Larisa Svechin for organizing the memorial. It’s located in Halouverpark Skate Park.
Anthony’s passion was his skateboard. His last seconds of his precious life were skating. Let this bench be the rest spot for kids and adults.
MEDIA ABOUT US
Senate panel OK’s crackdown on ‘aggressive careless driving’
A Senate bill that adds texting-while-driving to a class of violations constituting “aggressive careless driving” in the case of injury or property damage cleared its first committee Thursday, with an amendment added to provide penalties for the same.
Family donates organs of 11-year-old boy struck, declared brain dead in Sunny Isles Beach
SUNNY ISLES BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - A South Florida family is sharing their pain after a young boy died nearly two weeks after he was struck while crossing the street in Sunny Isles Beach.