Disabled veterans in need seldom reach out for help until they are desperate and often don’t reach out at all, some like Jon are referred to us for help. No matter how they come to us, we will help.
Jon thought there was no way anyone would help him but we have made him a top priority, we will do everything we can and not give up until he receives the help he needs.
There is a military expression “we’ve got your six” that means we’ve got your back in civilian terms. We’ve got Jon’s six but we cannot do it alone. His problems are bigger than Project Help can handle!
During a recent phone call with Jon, we had a good laugh… progress for him! This young man touches my heart in a very big way. I’m hoping his story touches your heart enough to help us help him.
PLEASE, if you are able, MAKE A DONATION or GET INVOLVED with Project Help. We have two open board seats that must be filled. We are building our power team to lead the way for Project Help.
Thank you for your consideration, Sandy