Life is hard and we know well how difficult it is to ask for help. The biggest problem is that the longer you go without asking, the more difficult it becomes to receive help.
When he was 16, Zak Clayton opened his front door to a couple of policemen who had arrived to inform his father that Zak had been in a motorcycle accident and flown to a hospital by flight for life.
Helping your friends and neighbors is a great way to be a part of your community. Starting a business in your hometown can be a great way to provide for yourself and your family while also benefitting those around you.
The incredible resilience and sacrifice of these men and women are worthy of acclaim, and sometimes cards and care packages don’t feel like enough to say thanks.