Mark Henderson founded “For Something Good” September 24, 2018.
Henderson is a retired Certified Public Accountant. Henderson followed his passion to become an accomplished Rock & Ice Climber ascending to “The Soul of The Heights”.
1) During the 1990’s Henderson served as Vice President of Finance for “Destination Properties” which managed “The Waterfront Hilton Beach Resort” in Huntington Beach.
2) During the 1990’s Henderson served as Regional Director of Finance for Fortune 500 ServiceMaster founded in 1929 by Marion E. Wade, a former minor league baseball player. Wade had a strong personal faith and viewed individual employees and customers as “worthy of dignity and respect”.
3) During the late 1980’s Henderson served as Orange County Division Controller for “Trammel Crow” once the largest real estate developer in the nation.
Fred Trammel Crow developed Trammel Crow Company into a nationwide organization, another innovation in a field that was, at the time, dominated strictly by local builders. Forbes in 1971 and The Wall Street Journal in 1986 called Crow the largest landlord in the US. The Journal said the company he founded was then the largest developer in the nation.
4) Henderson began his career with “Ernst & Young” one of the “Big 4” CPA Firms in America.
Currently Henderson serves humanity 24/7 endeavoring to make volunteerism cool while promoting authentic “Not-For-Profits” that are decidedly making a difference where difference matters most!
Sherilyn Cordova Pumars, Co-Founder
"You do not have to be great to start but you have to start to be great" — Zig Ziglar
This quote forever reminds me that it’s essential to take the first step toward my ultimate eternal destiny.
I’m no one to those who only know my name, and yet I’m someone to those who embrace my heart. Most importantly, I’m everything to those who love my soul.
At the age of 15, I went to Baguio City in the Philippines to study. My father firmly disagreed with me going outside our province. He was worried that I might get sick or cry, and I’d have no one to embrace me. But still, I moved on. It was essential that I prove to myself that I’m capable of living alone and standing on my own two feet. More than that, I wanted to show my father that he never failed to be my father. I grew up strong to battle my own wars. At Benguet State University, I achieved a Bachelor of Science degree in Development Communication. Soon thereafter, I majored in Educational Communication.
As I walked through my journey in college, I encountered an abundance of failures, and I also received awards. What impassioned me to thrive above all else is that I was making my parents very happy through achievements. They’ve not been disappointed yet! They’v e always affirmed me so I was able to stand up and fight over and over. They told me to never ever give up.
At the age of 19, I graduated and received my diploma.
I may not be as rich as the late Henry Sy, the richest man in the Philippines, nor as successful as the boxer Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, but no matter what my parents are more proud of me than anyone else and this means I’ve succeeded in honoring them as their dearly loved child. That, alone, is my greatest achievement so far in life.
I ‘m continuing to achieve for them each and every day! I am not my own.