Rick Mora Interview on Being of Service

by Jay Connor

When studying up on Native American Actor Rick Mora you will find he dedicates much of his freetime supporting causes he cares about.
Jay: Rick you spend alot of your personal time to causes what in your life inspired your mission?
Rick: My upbringing, and all the experiences of what I have witnessed in my lifetime. I am filled with empathy and can easily take myself outside of my own world and feel for others. There but for the grace of the creator, go I. One thing is, I do not judge others. I believe in what Albert Einstein said and I cannot say it any better:

“A human being is a part of a whole, called by us “universe”, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest… a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.” -Albert Einstein

Jay: What are the projects you are most interested in supporting these days and why?

Rick: Any I can possibly fit in my schedule where I can make a difference. I am very honored to be an Ambassador for the Red Crystal Gala, a E. Joyce Thompson charity dedicated to serving Native American victims of domestic violence and sexual assault on the reservation. I am humbled to participate with the Heartfelt foundation, a volunteer-driven international service organization helping families in the greatest need and Hounds and Heroes supporting our Military and Wounded Warriors.

Jay: Tell your fans how you got started and how they might get started in cause oriented activism?

Rick: Feel it, just feel it, go where your heart takes you. In humility and kindness, you will find your hearts path… Then you will discover yours.

Gods Ear & Operation Autism

Rick came out amongst many stars to support Autism Awareness Month and a screening of Michael Worth’s award-winning film God’s Ears and Operation Autism. Operation Autism is a charity that helps military family with autistic children.

Rick Mora playing Soccer for PROJECT KINDLE 2013

Rick Mora playing soccer for PROJECT KINDLE which assists handicapped children -two of which will serve as our honorary 'TEAM CAPTAINS' on GAME DAY and THE PEACE FUND (we are auctioning off a place to play on the team to raise money for respirators for the Children's Hospital www.peacefund,org). The Combat Radio Celebrity/Charity Soccer Invitational3 Rick Mora playing Soccer for PROJECT KINDLE 2013
Rick Mora playing Soccer for PROJECT KINDLE 2013.

MPFA Elderly Home Gift Baskets and Christmas Carols

I Vote Campaign

Rick encourages everyone to vote by supporting the I vote campaign. Be heard every vote counts.

Rick Mora Supports

Red Gala Crystal

The Heartfelt Foundation, founded in 1979 by John-Roger D.S.S., is a volunteer-driven international service organization and division of MSIA, which is dedicated to serving to relieve the plight of its fellow man in the greatest of need.

Hounds and Heroes, founded by Bonnie-Jill Laflin, Sports Broadcaster, and the only female scout in the NBA for the Los Angeles Lakers, is a national nonprofit dedicated to lift the spirits and morale of our active, wounded, and veteran military troops worldwide, and to increase community awareness, education and, involvement about the cruelty to animals and necessary care for animals through rescue, foster, and adoption.

I am a visionary committed to bringing my dreams to reality.

Rick Mora