Victoria Gaines Memorial
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Victoria Gaines Memorial Trust Fund

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Gaines’ family.  If you find it in your heart to make a donation to the Victoria Gaines Memorial Trust Fund, please click the Donations Link above.  All proceeds will go to the family for expenses and the St. Jude’s Children Hospital, as Victoria would have wanted.

Raising money to help The Gaines Family in the aftermath of the loss of their beloved daughter Victoria. The Victoria Gaines Memorial Trust Fund will ultimately collect donations for St Judes Children's Hospital, a charity Victoria would have supported. This account is administered by family Attorney Anthony A. Ciaccio, of the law firm Gruenberg, Kelly Della.  To verify authenticity please contact the attorney at 631-767-9027 or 631-737-4110

Victoria’s Law

Please Help us to Regulate Boating Laws, were asking everyone to sign an Electronic Petition, which takes 2 Minutes to complete, to help facilitate The United States Senate to Implement Victoria’s Law.

Victoria was the daughter of Paul and Lisa Gaines, and sister to Ryan Gaines. She was extremely close with her brother, Ryan, who absolutely adored her. She was an outgoing little girl who would wake up singing and dancing until she went to bed. She loved other children her age, and would always make friends wherever she went. The smile on her face could light up a dark room. But it was her eyes that captured your senses. Paul and Lisa would agree that if you were having a bad day and you made eye contact with Victoria , that all your worries would go away, She will be missed tremendously.

On July 4, 2012, the beloved Victoria Gaines was taken too soon in a tragic boating accident.  Help us prevent future boating accidents by signing a petition to pass Victoria’s Law, A law which makes recreational boating on our waterways a safer place to be.  

These are Questions we need answers to.  By signing this petition, we will make the U.S Senate aware of our concerns for safer boating regulations.