Gerald A. Moore Sr. Featured on WLWT5 News Cincinnati

"I immediately decided that I'm going to get your kids Chromebooks because this is unnecessary. They should have the opportunity to be successful," Moore said. And he delivered. A week later, the stranger from Virginia showed up with 10 Chromebooks for Payne's students. "Right now, things have been rough, and my son has currently been using his iPhone to participate in class," said Quayaisha Coles, a parent. Moore has plans to donate again. He has reached out to sponsors and started an online fundraiser. "My goal right now is to service 100 kids here in the Baltimore area," Moore said. He is a man on a mission. Moore left his career as a cybersecurity engineer to devote himself to his nonprofit, Mission Fulfilled 2030. Read more...