Let me ask you this. How does it feel to be in uncontrollable debt? To have to sacrifice things you’ve worked hard for…just to deal with inflation? To be paying off a luxury car when you’ve only got budget for a bicycle? It’s hard, and you feel completely alone.
The families of disabled children need our help. They didn’t choose this financial burden – neither did the child. They didn’t choose to become 100% responsible for all aspects of care their disabled children need. The government pays for adult care. And that’s it.
These families didn’t choose to need to sacrifice their entire lives to dedicate every last ounce of their energy and money into a situation they can’t afford. Life’s not always fair. But that doesn’t mean we can’t give our two cents (literally!) and make a difference where it matters the most – while having fun!
I’m not saying we can cure disability. I’m not saying money fixes everything. But it can certainly make a hell of a difference. There is a real need for real help from real people. It begins with you…and you…and you too. Some families are even willing to WORK for that money, if only there was someone who could give them the CHANCE to work.
So get involved. Tell your friends, spread the word. Many hands make lighter work, and lighter work gives you the chance to have more fun than you ever thought possible!
How does it work?
As soon as you decide to join us (wahoo!) you’ll be assigned a specific family to start off with. As your skills expand, you can take on more and more and more. How far you go is in your hands! We’ll tell you everything you need to know about the family, seeing as communication with them will be limited. For families in this situation, time is a luxury.
Now, this is where the fun begins. It’s your job to get creative and start raising funds. With all the technology and possibilities around us, the potential is truly limitless! Why not get a GoFundMe page going, to expand your reach and truly give your project your all? No matter what you choose to do, the mission is to ignite and maintain a long-term income to help out your assigned family. It’s not a competition. It’s about making people’s lives…better.
Hey, you never know. You can even make an attractive income yourself. No hard work goes unrewarded! However, the most important thing we’re looking for in people is motivation. Dedicated. Empathy. Passion. We’re all here because we’re meant to make a difference in someone’s life in some way. Why not get started today? Pick up the phone and call us to be the light at the end of someone’s dark tunnel today!
Contact: Rick Larson
If you are wondering if we really know anything about disabled kids and their families here are a few articles about our family.
- Donations pour in for 8-year-old Mikaslyn Larson from across the globe
- 8-Year-Old With Rare Disorder Recuperating at Hendrick
- Family looks to future 8 months after girl’s life-changing hip surgery