“I didn’t know who my competition was going to be, but I know that they weren’t up at 3 a.m. watching wrestling videos.”
People do give money for causes better than potato salads. FAITH IN HUMANITY RESTORED.
Hunter Gandee set out on a 40-mile trek on Saturday with his 7-year-old brother strapped to his back to help raise awareness for the condition that afflicts his sibling. Updated — He successfully completed the mission on Sunday.
Holy cow, I’m so amped up right now.
These photos will make your day.
For 13 years, Christopher Capozziello dealt with the grief and guilt of being the “healthy” brother by photographing his cerebral palsy-afflicted twin.
A Georgia museum wouldn’t allow a little girl with a neurological condition to go inside because they thought her wheelchair might make the carpets dirty.
This photo must be made of a million chopped onions and a metric ton of ragweed, because my eyes are flooding. This is super dad Rick van Beek and his daughter, Maddy, who cannot walk or talk due to cerebral palsy. Rick has run over 70 races with Maddy because one of the few things he knows she enjoys is the outdoors. Here they are this past week running a triathlon in Michigan.
Matt, an elementary school student participating in a field day, did not let his spastic cerebral palsy limit his completion of the 400m race. When Matt started to slow down, his peers gathered around him and ran the remainder of the race along his side.
Oprah’s site makes Zach Anner’s votes magically disappear! Something’s rotten in the state of Harpo Studios.
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