It’s natural to be only concerned about your family’s well being, but Love Has No Color has always attracted people who go above and beyond to help others in need, regardless of the external circumstances. It seems like helping people is always a part of their lives.
The Dalai Lama speaks of kindness and compassion for all people. Believe it or not, with some of the most tragic events in our country’s history, a particular breed of Above the Line people emerge…humanitarians.
Of course they must care for their families but this doesn’t stop them from helping others.
This year’s Fun Day/Boot Camp in August will take on even more significance because of all the obstacles facing LHNC during the pandemic.
The Chiropractors, Naturopaths, staffs, families and donors are ready, willing and able to answer the call for this year’s festivities.
So many other events and organizations simply cancel and promise to be there the next year.
One thing is clear about LHNC events, they are live and experiential and there is no substitute or imitation for!
It’s all about the live, experiential human touch and making emotional connections with the kids that stays with them for a lifetime.
Native American’s have been promised one too many things, one too many times.
We won’t add our names to the endless register of empty words, broken promises.