Father Honors Son's Memory By Helping Kids Swim
It's a story of a man's love for his son that began with a father finding something for his son to do while being treated for Cerebral Palsey and grew into an organization honoring his memory.
Noah's Endeavor makes swimming possible, by recruiting volunteers to spend one on one time with swimmers and encouraging all kids disabled or otherwise to join in and have fun.
Founder Will Voulker says it's important for the swimmers to let loose and participate in the same activities as other kids their age.
For him, the mission of the organization hits close to home, his own son died from complications of Cerebral Palsey just last year.
Noah's Endeavor is possible through donations and federal funding.
The swim group is open to everyone at free or low cost.
For more information on how you can help visit Noah's Endeavor
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