USAF Core Values shared by Karen Mertes
Fulfill Your Destiny helps people whose careers have been altered by injury or other unforeseen circumstances. Special consideration is given to survivors living with a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
To create the H.E.R.O. – ‘Hands Eagerly Reach Out’ movement. When we dare to care, our hands eagerly reach out to help others in need.
Imagine how strong every community could become if hands eagerly reach out to help others when and where needed.
1) Keep People Working: To provide financial support to individuals whose careers have been altered due to permanent injuries or unforeseen circumstances, including, but not limited to traumatic brain injuries for the purpose of obtaining vocational counseling, educational or occupational retraining.
2) Inspire and Motivate: To educate others about those personal challenges facing any of us suffering injuries that permanently changes our lives. How we confront our challenges is the key to the core motto of Fulfill Your Destiny: Character Drives Destiny.Read More…
Please help individuals and become one of Fulfill Your Destiny’s Community Partners by donating to Fulfill Your Destiny, Inc. Karen Mertes, our founder, will donate an additional 10%, in your name making your effective contribution 110%.
100% of your contributions go directly to benefiting individuals receiving assistance from Fulfill Your Destiny, Inc. and help members of our community. No donations will be used to pay the administrative costs to operate Fulfill Your Destiny.Read More…
Fulfill Your Destiny donated $3,000 to Wheels of Success and through their ‘Build a Car’ program, presented Teri A. with the keys to her very own ‘new to her’ Honda Accord at Fulfill Your Destiny’s 2016 Spring Chari-Tea this year presented by C1 Bank.
For the second year in a row, Fulfill Your Destiny and Wheels of Success have partnered to present a local woman with a car at Fulfill Your Destiny’s annual Spring Chari-Tea.
As you read Teri’s story, I think you’ll agree that three themes resonate. 1) Bad things happen to good people, 2) There by the grace of God go I, and 3) Triumph through Tragedy.
Here’s Teri’s story in her own words:
“In 2003, I was diagnosed with kidney cancer and told I had 2 years to live unless my kidney was removed immediately.