As the top executive of Randall Blum Insight Consulting in Dallas, Texas, Mr. Randall Randy Blum helped improve millennial involvement in strategic planning, acquisition, loyalty programs, and engagement activities in Fortune 500 companies. Apart from work, Randall Blum supports non-profit organizations, such as the March of Dimes.
The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, subsequently called the March of Dimes, was founded in 1938 as a result of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's birthday balls. Basil O'Connor, Roosevelt's friend and former legal partner, headed the balls and the foundation, both Roosevelt's ideas.
Comedian Eddie Cantor inspired the organization's name. He remarked that the donation of dimes from all across the country might turn into a march of dimes, a reference to the famous March of Time newsreels of the era.
The March of Dimes started as a volunteer-run grassroots movement. Millions of individuals have donated modest sums of money to fund the care of those who have contracted polio and research into prevention and therapy. These donations helped Jonas Salk, Albert Sabin, and other researchers create the polio vaccinations.
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