“Never, never, never give up!” Winston Churchill once said this. When asked what her favorite motivational quote was, Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman said that this quote was what inspired her – it’s what motivates her to never give up.
So what do an Olympic Gold Medalist, Winston Churchill and The Race to Yes have in common? We never give up.
In case you missed it, over the weekend Aly Raisman spoke up for those children who are struggling with Duchenne. Aly said, “You and I have strong, healthy muscles. We can help kids who don’t. Sign the White House Petition!”
Friends, Aly is right. Every day we have the physical capabilities to do things that those children suffering from Duchenne do not have. Most of us may not have the physical ability to do a 120 split-leap like Aly, but we have the muscle strength to get up and get ourselves ready for our day – and we have the strength and ability to run those few extra miles at the end of the day. We have the muscle strength, and as we fight for those children with Duchenne who don’t, this is something that we should never take for granted.
This week we’re looking ahead, not giving up as we continue in the Race to Yes – the race to literally save lives. Because of people like Aly, we can and will succeed! Will you join us now?
One minute is all it takes to sign a petition. One minute is all it could take to save one life. Will you sign?