I came across a wonderful organization that not only helps our military but overall people in need, Wish Upon A Hero. The Wish Upon a Hero site was founded by Dave Girgenti after the attacks on September 11th in New York City impacted his life. Seeing how others in the community were in desperate need of support and resources. The final push in creating this site was the disaster of Hurricane Katrina, the site finally launched in September 2007.
With the continuous help that the community needed, Wish Upon A Hero was created to help those in need stay connected and offer a platform in order to help those in desperate need. Founder Dave Girgenti designed this service to help change the lives of many – his motto “No wish too large and no hero too small”.
The Wish Upon A Hero site is free to use and upon registering you may either post 3 wishes or be a hero by helping others in need. Do you know someone in need? How can you be a Hero?
For more on the Wish Upon A Hero organization, please visit their website: http://www.wishuponahero.com/.
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