When we started the Love Harder Project, we never imagined how truly beautiful our journey would be. After the attack at Dodger Stadium involving Bryan Stow, the mission was clear. Help an inncocent man live. Through music, money was raised and support to the Stow family was given. Over the past six years, the Stow family has gone from being strangers to family. Bryan is doing amazing and continues to inspire us to do more.
In addition to helping Bryan, we have provided assistance to organizations assisting women and children escape from domestic violence. We have given to homeless shelters. We have provided children buddy benches so they have a safe place to make friends at school. We have provided a child a backpack full of goodies, after his was thrown in the toilet. We gave to the victims of the Las Vegas shootings and most recently provided relief to those who lost everything to the North Bay fires.
Our mission is clear. With so much hate and intolerance that looms and spreads darkness, we will not stop shedding love and light. We want to give children hope and provide them the tools to know friendship and acceptance. We want to show adults that while it's okay to disagree, it's not okay to hate. We will not rest until we make a change. We will be the change. We will continue to #LoveHarder