About Ryan Croman
Ryan Croman is a 5th-grader at a private school in Manhattan. When he’s not at school, Ryan loves playing sports and spending time with his friends. A real athlete, Ryan excels at soccer, basketball, and tennis. In June, Ryan will return to the coed sleepaway camp in Maine for his third consecutive summer. Ryan plans to involve the Eddie Croman Fund in a mitzvah project of his own design when he becomes a Bar Mitzvah in the year 2020.
Along his with brother Adam in December 2016, Ryan Croman traveled to Angkor Wat, Cambodia, where he spent his Christmas vacation volunteering at a grammar school in the ancient, historic city situated in Cambodia’s northern province of Siem Reap. In addition to purchasing school supplies to donate to local students at the resource-deprived school, Ryan used his time in the late afternoon and early evening hours of his trip to play games with the students at school.
Before leaving Angkor Wat to return home to New York, the Croman family donated money to pave the dirt road which provides the sole point of access to the school. During Cambodia’s rainy season, this road often becomes too muddy and hazardous to use, inhabiting the ability of students and teachers to attend school along a safe route. The Cromans’ generous donation will literally pave the way for these students to receive an education, no matter the rainfall or weather conditions.
Dogs are extremely intelligent creatures, so it’s no surprise they can pick up new tricks like fetching a ball or swimming with little practice. Once in a while, we find a noteworthy story of a [...]
We all melt over a good love story. Especially when they involve animals big or small. When it comes to our furry, canine friends we have a special interest in reliving the heartwarming bonds between [...]
Therapy dogs are not only cute, they act as proverbial angels sent to guide our Veterans after they come home from war. It’s not surprising that a furry pup can help lift a veterans’ spirits, [...]
Sometimes you just need a night to stay in and cuddle on the couch with your pup. During the winter months, it can be especially healing to lie back with a bowl of popcorn (dogs [...]
People think that a dog’s fur coat should be enough to keep them warm during the winter months. They think: “They’re animals naturally meant to be in the wild.” However, dogs are susceptible to the [...]
If you’re like me, you’ve probably seen your dog nap almost anywhere — and at any hour of the day! Dogs have that uncanny ability to get comfortable in many different positions. Sometimes it may [...]