“True leadership isn’t about titles. It’s about taking a chance, putting people first, and serving others.”
The Omaha Reservation in eastern Nebraska has an epidemic-level of diabetes. One problem is that there is no grocery store in the area, making it difficult to find healthy food options.
Leaving high school and entering the work force can be a tough process for young adults. For one group of students at Abingdon High School in Virginia, though, this may not be the case.
The struggle to find healthy, yet affordable, food had put Leticia in a very tough predicament.
Gary Traynor developed cone rod dystrophy while serving in the United States Air Force, resulting in a medical discharge.
Paula Hernandez was raising a family with limited resources and was not always able to find fresh, affordable food.
Joan did not believe her children would be able to make it out of the slums and she was beginning to lose hope.
Mickey served seven years in the Army and was medically discharged when she suffered a permanent leg injury while on tour in Iraq.