Our good friend at CBS, Wendy Widom, will speak for herself about a woman named Melissa who needed some help last weekend. Wendy writes:
“Today I got to spend time with people who remind me of why we are on this earth: to help others if and when we are able. Devices 4 the Disabled has spent the entire day moving a mom, a survivor of gun violence, and her 2 kids to their new home. They are doing this quietly. Without any fanfare. Their purpose is simply to serve. Knowing them and seeing their work has made me a better person.”
In the photo are Dan Popuch of D4D, Dan’s colleagues Juan and Dave, Bob Shea of D4D, and (on the couch) Wendy, left, and Melissa. Melissa was paralyzed as the result of a gunshot, and was trapped in a third-floor apartment, literally unable to go outside. D4D moved her to a first-floor apartment while Wendy provided some much-needed support to Melissa’s daughter. Thanks Wendy!