About Robert

Even a blind man can see that one act of kindness makes the world a better place. That better world begins with you.

 - Robert F. Smith

Robert F. Smith

Shortly after Robert F. Smith's birth, he became blind. His father taught him that his blindness could become his greatest liability or his blindness could be used as an asset. Robert shares his father taught him to love people, be forgiving, and if there was something He could do to make a difference, jump right in! Robert's father was the late O.C. Smith. O.C. was known for a Grammy hit song, called "Little Green Apples", written by Bobby Russell. Our intention of this website is to be involved in 'Intentional Acts Of Kindness", and to create avenues to inspire others to become involved. This song portrays love and doing intentional acts of kindness.

In addition to this cause, Robert has a quest to become the first blind man to either throw out the first ceremonial pitch, sing the national anthem, or lead "Take Me Out To The Ballgame in every minor an major league baseball field. Robert also opens the door for local baseball groups, little league and any other organizations that love the sport of baseball.

Robert has created the Toss To Target Game Towel, which can be played and used anywhere. It is also a great way to do your next fund-raising event. Robert wants to share this game with veterans who are deployed, hospitals, homeless, schools and senior retirement homes. You can sponsor games to help make this dream possible.

Robert F. Smith, although blind has a vision, that all of us need…."Even a blind man can see, that one act of kindness makes the world a better place…and that world begins with you!

O.C. Smith

This website is dedicated to O.C. Smith. Although O.C. Smith has passed, there are many fond memories of O.C. Smith. Because of his voice, his love for others, Robert has dedicated this website to his father, by naming it after the song he was known for…"Little Green Apples". If each one of us would share "Little Green Apples," through our life, and give to others, knowing it will make a difference, the world would be a much better place. O.C., your friends and your family miss you, so to honor you, we will continue on our quest to do "Intentional Acts of Kindness!" Thank you for your gifts, your voice, but most important of all, the love you shared…and continue to share through us.