About MapHabit Action Fund
Established in 2020, the MapHabit Action Fund serves and supports children, adults, and seniors who face age-related health challenges or cognitive disabilities.
Through public donations, grants, and awards, the Fund’s programs provide MapHabit-related caregiver support services at no cost to families, individuals, or groups that serve those who have incomes that are significantly limited and who are unable to afford the costs of quality care technologies and equipment.
MapHabit Fund’s specific activities, services, and support may include, but are not limited to:
Visual mapping software access and support
Monetary scholarship awards for caregiving professional support
Respite care for caregivers
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The Fund programs provide MapHabit-related caregiver support services at no-cost to families, individuals, or groups that serve those who have incomes that are significantly limited and who are unable to afford the high costs of quality care technologies and equipment.
Raise awareness of the need for increased technical care solutions for aging populations and those living with disabilities.
Specifically, the Fund’s work includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:
Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and generalized Cognitive Impairment
Autism, Down Syndrome, and other Special Needs
Secure funding for the distribution of hardware, interactive software, and care services to underserved communities in order to increase the quality of life for our aging populations and those living with disabilities.
We envision a world where our aging populations and those living with disabilities in underserved communities see enhanced qualities of life.
Our Leadership Board
Amy Torf Feinberg
Amy is the President of the MapHabit Action Fund.
She is passionate about serving as president of the MapHabit Action Fund because of her personal connection to its mission to help aging populations and those living with disabilities. Her father passed away from Alzheimer’s disease and her child is living with Down Syndrome.
Amy was born and raised in Scarsdale, New York she has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park and a Masters degree in Sport Psychology from Florida State University. Amy moved to the Boston area approximately 15 years ago and attended the Fine Institute where she obtained her degree in Funeral Service while interning for the family funeral home.
Amy has served as the funeral director for Torf Funeral Service since 2000, and is the fourth generation of the Torf Family to serve Chelsea and surrounding towns in the family owned funeral home.
She sits on the board of directors for the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Buddy Walk, as well maintaining an active membership in numerous Temples and their Temple Sisterhoods.
Richard is the Treasurer of the MapHabit Action Fund.
Additionally, Richard serves as the Executive Vice President of the Foundation for Economic Education, Inc. (FEE) whose vision is to make the ideas of liberty familiar, credible, and compelling to the rising generation. Lorenc also served from 2017-2020 as managing director of FEE’s Youth Education & Audience Research (“YEAR”) project–sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation to develop and promote new content and distribution techniques for free-market ideas.
As FEE’s Executive Vice President, Lorenc serves as chief of staff, leads creative projects, manages corporate finances, participates in fundraising, and directs outreach and partnerships.
Lorenc is involved in a number of civic, educational, and professional development organizations. He is the chairman of the board of directors of America’s Future Foundation (AFF), the nation’s premier network of liberty-minded young professionals. From 2018-2020 he served as the chairman of the board of directors of the Coalition to Reduce Spending, Inc., an advocacy group established to place meaningful controls on federal spending. He joined The Mont Pelerin Society in 2018, and was a member of the Spring 2019 cohort of the AEI Leadership Network.
Crystal Davis, MPH
Crystal serves as the Secretary of the MapHabit Action Fund.
Crystal is an experienced Program Coordinator with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry.
Skilled in Clinical Research, Data Entry, Community Health, Minority Engagement, and Epidemiology.
She is a strong community and social services professional with a Master of Public Health (MPH) focused on Minority Health & Health Disparities, Health Education, and Disease Prevention from Mercer University School of Medicine.