|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Stanley Tomchin is more than just the most successful professional games player in the world. He's also a philanthropist, and thanks to the example of his sister, Joy Tomchin, he is now putting his efforts toward supporting Boston's Healing Our Community Collaborative Inc. (HOCC), a community-oriented, women-centric organization designed to provide help and support for women infected with, affected by, or at risk for HIV/AIDS in Boston and the surrounding area.
Joy Tomchin is the award-winning producer of "How to Survive a Plague," a documentary that portrays the struggles of two HIV/AIDS coalitions, as well as a longtime supporter of outreach programs and other community-centered organizations.
Boston's HOCC is a women-centered outreach, education and support organization. However, it goes far beyond that. The organization focuses on building a sense of community and family between women HIV/AIDS patients, caregivers and others. Year 2014 marks the 16th year of operation for the HOCC. The organization remains nonprofit, and peer-driven. Stanley Tomchin's contributions will help the HOCC not only remain in operation into the future, but potentially expand vital outreach and education operations, helping HIV/AIDS patients learn about the medical treatments available, as well as other care-related considerations.
This is only the latest in a long line of charitable efforts on Tomchin's part. One of his most lauded accomplishments was the creation of a fund to support several lacking sectors in his home state of Nevada. These contributions supported the arts, health, education and quality of life sectors. Tomchin is also vastly involved in supporting the Las Vegas Tennis Foundation, designed to help mentor children.
Stanley Tomchin remains committed to using his personal resources to improve the lives of others, both at home in the state of Nevada and throughout the rest of the US and even the world. His ongoing support and contributions are invaluable assets to modern society.
To learn more about Stanley Tomchin, his achievements as a games player, or his philanthropic and charity work, visit http://www.StanleyTomchin.com.
About Stanley Tomchin: Raised in Long Island, New York, Stanley Tomchin began his career in games with his mastery of chess at the age of just 13. Pursuing his passion for games, he traveled the world, eventually settling in Las Vegas. Today, Tomchin focuses on philanthropic and charity work, both at home and around the nation.
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