Pinnacle Kids is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that offers assistance to individual public schools and their classrooms by meeting special needs. Pinnacle Kids’ mission is to serve as a helping hand for public schools and their teachers, working to help fulfill their overall desire to deliver quality education and foundation to the communities they serve.
Founded by Robert and Renee Restino, Pinnacle Kids uses quarterly surveys to identify and help classrooms, kids, and families in need. Pinnacle’s school-centered approach focuses on assisting with expenses that may not be in the budget for a given year. Robert R. Restino, Founder and Operator of The Pinnacle Kids Program, is dedicated to helping kids that would otherwise go without. A father, husband and professional Financial Advisor, Robert believes in giving and supporting the communities that have supported him. All contributions to Pinnacle Kids are tax-deductible.
Pinnacle Kids Press Releases
Pinnacle Kids (PK) received a truly awesome donation recently from a local country club member…TWENTY sets of golf clubs! The sets were arranged to be gifted immediately to Forest Hill High School to be used by the physical education department and by their golf team. FHHS Coach Barbara Malone was on hand…read more
…a teacher spends an average of $400 to $1,000 out of their own pocket every school year. We feel great that we can ease that burden at much lower costs!read more
Ms. Sarah Hoyos from Lake Park Elementary entered her class into the drawing and was the lucky winner of the keyboard valued at $399! Our support from generous donors is a big reason why we are able to make special things like this happen.read more
PK was pleased to be able to provide additional funding to assist in the purchase of the clay supplies. Ms. DePasquale and her students were able to create literally hundreds of heirlooms that students were able to take home and share with their families.read more
Pinnacle Kids (PK) was overwhelmed at the heartfelt welcome received from teachers and staff at Coral Sunset Elementary in early April. PK had recently surveyed the Title I school to see what kind of supplies their classrooms were most in need of and PK founder Robert Restino was delivering a related presentation to the teachers and staff.read more