Jeremiah Raber of Return to Amish on TLC has organized a 160-mile walk that will be to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project. He has set up a Facebook page that is dedicated to this and explains a bit about the plans. This event will be happening before the end of the month of August.
Jeremiah Raber explains the details
TV Shows Ace spoke to Jeremiah Raber about this upcoming event. He shared that he has friends who suffer from PTSD from their time in the military. Jeremiah admitted that is “painful to see.” He has also heard the stories from them about how it is hard to get the help they need sometimes. For about six years, he has wanted to do a walk like this, but it just hasn’t worked out until now. Wounded Warrior Project helps these veterans.
In the video below, Jeremiah explains a bit about this plan. They are going from Vancouver, Washington to Seattle, Washington according to his video. They would also like people to stop by while they are walking and show their support.
Donate to this cause
Jeremiah Raber has set up a page for donations and the money will go to Wounded Warrior Project. This walk is going to be across Washington and will last for 160 miles. The page explains about it. Here are the details from this site.
“I have a few friends who are veterans and suffer from PTSD. I’ve heard so many stories about how they can’t get the help they need/deserve. I have now decided to push my limits for the one who pushed the limits for us!!!! I’ve started a fundraiser to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and was wondering if you would consider making a donation? Your gift will support life-changing programs that empower, employ, and engage America’s injured veterans. Thanks to the generosity of people like you, warriors and their families will never pay a penny for these services.”
What do you think of this walk that Jeremiah Raber has organized? Share your thoughts in the comments. So far, TLC hasn’t revealed if Return to Amish will be back for another season or not. Fans are hopeful that the show will return.