That Time of Year Again
It seems that the holiday season approaches us faster and faster as the years go on. This year it really snuck up on us. For veterans and those with disadvantages, the holidays may not be a joyful, fun, and exciting time of the year where you get to gather with friends and family like it is for others. This time of year can be especially hard for those who have trouble getting around, suffer from severe mental illness, or do not have the resources at hand. This is why what we do is so important, all year round, but especially the holiday season. We want to raise as many funds as we can to help make this time of year even just a little better for as many people that we can. Join us in completing that mission and start making the holidays a cheerful time of year for those less fortunate than ourselves.
A Ride to Freedom
By providing mobility for veterans or others living with disabilities, we get the honor to let people take control back in their lives. Having the ability to get around stripped from your everyday life is something nobody ever wants to go through. ES Riders gives people their freedom back by providing them with a form of transportation to get around. By doing this, we increase self confidence, self-esteem, and let people get that part of their life back in their hands.
Importance of Mental Health
This time of year can spark a lot of different emotions and triggers for some people. We stand by that mental health is a priority within our nonprofit and matters to all of us. As an organization we owe it to others that are less fortunate than ourselves, and to our veterans who have sacrificed everything to allow us the freedoms we have as a nation. By even being there for someone who suffers a mental illness can make all the difference in the world. We are able to provide those that need it resources to get the help they need. You are never alone and here at ES Riders we want to emphasize that we are in your corner every day and will point you in the right direction. Always remember that it is bigger than yourself and even helping a little can go a long way in someone’s life. Everyone is going through something and the person in the checkout line next to you today may be having the worst day of their life, so always stay kind and generous.