Robert F. Smith is an extraordinary entrepreneur with big ideas and even bigger dreams. The son of Grammy Award winning singer, O.C. Smith, Robert is on a mission to be the first blind man to throw out the ceremonial pitch and sing the national anthem at every professional ballpark in America. While breaking business barriers and giving back to those less fortunate, Robert also encourages others to join him in his pursuit of a million acts of intentional kindness.
Towards that end, Robert and his team have created the exciting new Flooples: it’s the game that needs no explanation! You’ll not only experience the spontaneous joy of a really fun, easy-to-play game, you’ll be helping Robert achieve his goal of sending Flooples games to deployed soldiers, disabled veterans, children’s hospitals, and senior centers around the world.
Besides helping the Little Green Apples Project, a portion of all net proceeds from Flooples supports the following three non-profit organizations:
Gary Sinise Foundation
Henry’s Place Foundation
Various local Boys and Girls Clubs
Robert believes that lending a hand to those in need is the best way to inspire intentional acts of kindness.
As this singer/artist/entrepreneur likes to say, "Even a blind man can see that one act of kindness makes the world a better place. And that world begins with you!"