The Fundraising Page of Cheyenne March
A Message From Cheyenne March
Growing up, i've always been respectful and very thankful for the military, considering so many of my relatives have served, including my father and my grandfather. I was never directly affected until my eldest brother joined the Marines into thousand seven, when I was nine years old. I was watching my best friend enter the most dangerous aspect of his life. I hadn't gotten to see him often, and when I did, it was for a very limited time. I will forever be grateful for the small notes I received and short phone calls when available, because I never knew if it would be the last, or the first of many more to come.
It is eight years later, and my brother is still defending of r country. I knew I wanted to get involved in this organization the moment I learned about it. As a 17 year old girl, my goal is to do whatever I can so that those fighting for my freedom and for my country can get the help and support needed. You never know what you're capable of doing until you try it and this is my effort.