Dennis first started talking about a new nonprofit and immediately, I could see the fire in his eyes. That’s the light I like to see in a client. A light filled with passion, clarity, fierce pride and need – a light that will keep these guys on the path to doing the kind of work this world needs.

Lift for the 22 is a project born to aid returning veterans. Without the structure of the military, suicide is a risk for many returning vets facing the non-combat world. Lift for the 22 aims to pull vets into community again with free gym memberships. Their website will do a far better job of explaining this than me, so please head on over there and find out how you can help.

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