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I Need Your Help….

I have something to tell you. I have been reluctant to bring it up but the time is drawing near.

I’m going behind bars.

Yes, that’s right — me….in jail.

Do you know what happens to nice, kind guys like me in the slammer?

But this is no joke.

For those of you that know me or have been following this blog for a while you know it’s not the first time.  😦

Seriously…

Here’s the low-down.

Every day, kids and adults are diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related diseases that take away the most basic freedoms – the freedom to walk, talk, hug and even breathe.

Can you imagine?

Unable to walk or talk?

So on March 22nd I am doing a little time, to do a lot of good by being a Jailbird at a Muscular Association Lock-Up to help give those freedoms back.

Please, please, please consider making a  donation towards my bail and support me, and the thousands of kids and adults who will be served by MDA this year.

They set my bail at $2000!

It’s easy — just click on this secure link to my web page to make a tax-deductible donation.

That’s right, your thoughtful gift is tax-deductible.

Meaning, for you here in the US, you can get your money back.

Look out your window today and notice the kids playing. Then think of one small child on the side that is unable to play or keep up or just do normal things because of Muscular Association.

I am so grateful for the gift of no limitations with the body I was born with. I would like to do a little something for those that were not as fortunate.

How about you?

Would you consider paying it forward too?

Thank you in advance for joining me as I fight for everyday freedoms for individuals with muscular dystrophy.

Thank YOU!

If you have any questions or comments please let me know below.

For those of you that are thinking, ‘Fine. let him rot in jail.’ Well the MDA has a link where you can pay for that as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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