17 Reasons to Support us in 2017

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Army Specialist Reginald McGibbon

Army Specialist Reginald McGibbon joined the military in February of 2000 out of New Orleans because he said he wanted to provide a better life for his family while serving the country that he loves. He was honorably discharged in 2005.

Over his five years of deployment, Specialist McGibbon sustained many physical injuries. He had also witnessed many atrocities that caused psychological trauma, which has made for a very difficult transition to civilian life.

Army Sergeant Oscar Smith

Army Sergeant Oscar Smith joined the military out of Mississippi in 1994 because he said he wanted to serve his country and provide for his family. He was honorably discharged in 2016.

Sergeant Smith served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Throughout his more than two decades of service, extensive time spent in combat zones and the loss of close friends has left him with severe post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), major depressive disorder and sleep disorder. He also suffers from a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Army Specialist Alexis Jacquez Gamez

Army Specialist Alexis Jacquez Gamez enlisted in the army in 2002 out of Yuma, Arizona out of a love for his country. He was born in Mexico but said the United States took him in as one of his own, and he joined the Army out of appreciation. He medically retired in 2011.

Army Sergeant First Class Brian Livingston

Sergeant First Class Brian Livingston joined the military because he wanted to do something great and memorable in his life, and serve on a team that he said would be bigger and more meaningful than any college he could have attended. He enlisted out of Grand Island, Nebraska and served from 2000 to 2014.

Alan's Journey 2017 - Run AC

About the Campaign

My goal is to run across America, beginning in May, and to use this journey to raise more than $50,000 for the Building Homes For Heroes organization. It is my way of trying to show appreciation and gratitude for those who so bravely, and unselfishly, serve our country. Please join me in making a contribution to this organization that gifts homes, mortgage free, to disabled veterans. Thank you for your generosity and support!

 

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