Let’s define your legacy today!

How is your summer going so far? I’m taking full advantage of the weather and getting a ton of yard work done – so much so that I lost track of time, until I heard the kids calling me for dinner. As I’ve said before, now is such an important time to reflect on history and remember those who sacrificed so much to keep us safe and protect the freedoms we enjoy today.

I read an article recently about a few fellow Marines that survived Iwo Jima that I wanted to share with you. So many people have been stuck, frozen in place, since the pandemic forced us to shelter in place. If that is you or someone you know, this article should be enough motivation to stand tall, take a deep breath, and take a leap towards building a legacy again.


The questions I have for you are:

  • How do you want people to remember you?
  • What will people remember most about you??
  • What legacy will you create?

If you have served our country, then you likely have multiple answers for these questions – but like me, you probably have a void to fill now that the uniform is hanging in the closet.

If you haven’t served, you are probably wondering what you could possibly do that compares to these heroic sacrifices.

I can tell you since I joined the Project Help team, I have filled the void.

So, if Jerry Ingram had the courage to join the Marine Corps at age 15 and fought in combat as a tank commander in Iwo Jima at 17 years old – what is stopping you from becoming a part of a Project Help?

Volunteer right now to get the same satisfaction I feel every day. Be a part of the camaraderie, it’s fun and you have control over how much you volunteer. Trust me – I emailed you because I know you are the right fit!

Besides, you never know when your time on Earth is up – don’t wait until tomorrow to make this choice… our nation’s heroes won’t be here forever and they need you too.

Regards, Jeremy