Today marks one of the biggest days in the history of the Thomas E. Smith Foundation as Thomas’ story and a feature on the Look-Up Line™ were published in the April 16, 2014 issue of the New York Times* (for full article please click the featured picture below). *A special thanks to Kate Walsh for […]
What Drives Us: March 2014 March 30, 2014: In the hopes that this dreary winter is now behind us, maybe we should start to convince ourselves that it’s time to dust off that ever-elusive spring mentality. While certain measures are more aggressive than others (it is not tank top and fedora weather quite yet), a […]
Today is a VERY special day for The Thomas E. Smith Foundation as well as the entire paralysis community!!! We are extremely proud to announce the Dance For Paralysis X Krewella X Electric Family bracelet as our first philanthropic project to benefit paraplegics and quadriplegics around the world. 100% of the proceeds from each bracelet will be donated directly to Dance […]
During the first weekend of Frozen Fenway 2014 NESN aired their interview with Thomas E. Smith Foundation Co-Founder Thomas E. Smith where he discussed his story as well as ice hockey’s first warning track, the Look-Up Line™.
Foundation Co-Founder Thomas Smith recently had the opportunity to sit down with NPR’s Robin Young on “Here and Now” to discuss his story and how it helped him develop the Look-Up Line ™. Click the image above to hear Thomas’ entire interview from NPR’s “Here and Now”
THE BOSTON GLOBE, DEC 30, 2013: Hockey isn’t new to Fenway Park, but when the game returned there Saturday night to kick off Frozen Fenway, the look of the ice surface itself was one brush stroke different. The traditional lines of red and blue, nearly as essential to hockey as the stick and puck, were accompanied […]