The Krims show the world what healing looks like
After losing two of their three children last October, allegedly at the hands of their nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, the Krim family would have been entirely justified in retreating from the public eye to bear their grief alone. Especially after suffering the subsequent indignity of being judged and criticized by an army of trolls for living on the Upper West Side and employing a Dominican nanny. But then, that's not the kind of people Kevin and Marina Krim are. Instead, they've turned the worst thing imaginable in any parent's life into an opportunity to honor the memories of their children, and to provide strength and inspiration to others. They're showing the world what healing looks like. They're demonstrating, in the words of their reverend, the most profound "emotional generosity."
Just days after the October murders of 6-year-old Lucia and 2-year-old Leo, the Krims went into action, launching the Lulu & Leo Fund to "honor our children" by raising money for children's arts and science programs. But the real work of the organization reaches far beyond fundraising.