Winning Coach Vince Lombardi once said, "Leaders aren't born they are made." Jordan Hines definitely proves this saying to be true. As a survivior of child abuse and neglect, Jordan never let his past hardships define his future successes. He has worked hard in the community on political campaigns, served on nonprofit boards, and volunteers with nonprofits throughout the state demonstrating his commitment to social change. As Jordan seeks to achieve his Bachelor's degree at Widener University, he continues to face a barrier that is often the case for many seeking to make a better future for themsleves. In less than five days, Jordan will not be able to return to Widener University and finish his Junior year if he does not provide the school with the amount of $5,000. To many of you that may not seem like an insurmountable feat but to Jordan that is almost impossible. During these difficult financial times, I know that money is tight. However, how can we say that we want to see a better world and sit back and not help a future leader recieve the education needed to create solutions to the many problems impacting our communities. Jordan has helped everyone with their campaigns, volunteered at your agency or organization, served on your board, tutored your children, inspired and motivated many to live out their dreams. Let's help him reach one of his dreams.