This past weekend, two brothers went for a walk. But instead of catching bugs, exploring their neighborhood, or finding mischief, these brothers had a singular purpose, cerebral palsy awareness. Hunter Gandee, 14, of Temeperance, Michigan, carried his 7 year old brother Braden who has cerebal palsy, for 40 miles, accompanied by friends, neighbors, and family.
Not only did they achieve their goal, they also gave us a beautiful example of brotherly love and devotion.
The next project Braden’s family is tackling is an attempt to have a handicap accessible playground built at his elementary school. Here’s a link, if you would like to help. You can also follow them on Facebook here.