Brian Schwartz recently got laid off during the recent pandemic. So he decided to help senior citizens, military veterans, and disabled people by providing them socially-distanced lawn care entirely free.
Brian wanted to help people who needed his services and wanted to bring people together to help their needy neighbors. It was a meaningful approach to serve the community in an eco-conscious way.
Brian had lost his job and had some free time. He wanted to do something good with his life. He knew a guy named Steven and asked him to help mow the lawn for his mother.
Steven gave him a chance to help out with their yard. So Brian grabbed a lawnmower and got to work. As news came along about the kind land mower, more and more clients came along.
Brian started to hear from several volunteers throughout the area of North Jersey. They have now expanded to Long Island, New York, the northern part of Illinois, and Houston, Texas.
It had become a movement in a sense. ‘I Want to Mow Your Lawn’ soon became a nonprofit organization hoping to attract more volunteers, partners, and more sponsors. This program became more significant than Brian could have ever done alone.
The happy faces of the senior citizens, military veterans, and disabled people brought a smile to Brian’s face. This man was an inspiration for many people. He showed everyone that it’s not difficult to be kind.