Isaac J. Kassin

Author of Alphabet Kids Go to the Planetarium

Isaac J. Kassin is a high school honors student attending York Prep in Manhattan. His priorities are performing well in high school in preparation for university admission and executing a philanthropy movement to make an everlasting change on the earth. Isaac has joined seven academic clubs and teams over his high school career, while keeping his average above a ninety-six earning him Principals List and Honor Roll every year of high school.
He is the Founder of The Isaac J. Kassin Fund and The Charity Crew, organizations he set up to encourage children to participate in philanthropic activities from a young age.
Isaac has hosted multiple fundraisers and charity events raising substantial funds for global organizations such as The Luce Foundation, Orphans International Worldwide, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Isaac has also contributed significantly to his local community by hosting food drives, books drives, volunteer days at thrift stores, old age homes, food pantries, and Hospitals for organizations like Sephardic Bikur Holim, Sephardic Food Fund, and Ahi Ezer.
Isaac has been mentioned in the media including the New York Post, has been published in The Stewardship Report and Daily KOS on philanthropy, and participated in World Read Aloud Day in Times Square.
He is the author of The Alphabet Kids Go to the Planetarium, a book encouraging interest in science. The book is part of the Alphabet Kids' Buy-One-Give One Literacy Program donating a book to a child in need for each book sold. Isaac's motto is "Philanthropy is the precious gift of giving that results in priceless pleasure in return."