November 13, 2012
I first found out about Diveheart at the yearly Our World Underwater Dive Show. Being a dive instructor, I was very interested in what they were doing for the disabled, because my son is a paraplegic. The first event I volunteered for was an Autistism Symposium, and I saw the happy look on all of the faces of these children after they came out of the water, and with tears in my eyes I was hooked on this great organizations mission. Whether it's children, adults, or Vets, it's life changing for them and me. I've been volunteering now for a little more than three years, and this goodwill is spreading all over the world, thanks to the founder, Jim Elliot. I decided to become an H.S.A. (Handicapped Scuba Association) instructor because I believe deeply, as does the Diveheart Foundation, that we are Making Possibilities For Disabilities! worlddiver
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