Help Andy Wirth in This Navy Seal Foundation Course

 

One day not long ago, The President and CEO of Squaw Valley Andy Wirth, who is an avid skydiver, was enjoying a day out with two of his friends. Then something unpleasantly horrible happened.
He landed into a vine yard unknowingly while down winding. Everyone knows that a vineyard is not a favorite place to land unknowingly. In the process, his arm was seriously injured, to an extent he had to forsake his number one passion; skydiving.
He was taken to hospital and recuperation journey commenced. Immense help from family, friends and therapists aided recovery very well.
However, something really good happened during recovery phases at Squaw Valley. Mr. Wirth became a really close friend of a group of people from Navy Seal Foundation whose mission is to provide immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Neval Special Warfare Community and its families.

  1. Wirth then joined this foundation established in 2000, which provides a comprehensive set of programmes to Neval Special Warfare support personnel and their families and specifically designed to reduce stressors associated with the tremendous uncertainty and pressure that comes with life in the warfare, and as for now he has raised 44% funds. That is $13,110 of $30000.

Join Mr. Andy Worth in this noble course and help the warfare community front liners who spent up to 270days a year away from their homes and in the extremely ruthless environments or training at a very rough pace in order to uphold their abilities to execute the nation’s toughest military missions. This commitment is only possible because of their significant sacrifices and that of their families.
Stand for the SEAL warriors in this because they and their families cannot stand in this on their own. Help improve their health and warfare, build and enhance resiliency, empower and educate their families and provide critical support during times of illness, injury, and loss.
Please visit Crowdrise support to show your support to Mr. Andy and the Navy Seal Foundation and donate. Also visit the link to know more information about the Crowdrise and that noble course.

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