You and your oganization “Dream Big”  Are going to continue for as long as you and all your supporters have the energy to sustain it.  I know this gift will multiply for me in my life.  A few months ago I was really struggling for business and then a thought came in my head to start giving more to others, the homeless and other nonprofit organizations.  And Voila!.  It worked.  My business has more than doubled.  So don’t thank me.  I thank you and all who our out there giving back to society as a whole and most of all being a role model for others.

Cynthia Olivier, Four Directions Counseling Center

“My daughter, Sarah Holven attended your Dream Big 101 presentations at Hayes Freedom High School this year. I believe that she may have told you how your positive influence flowed on past her and caught me. I had been wanting to return to school to be a teacher. This was something I had been thinking about for years and after listening to her, I decided to DO IT!!!… Ever since I made the BIG decision to DO IT!! I have tried not to get too excited for fear something would go wrong. Thus far, I have found an alternate path around each obstacle. With each little step I am taking, I am becoming more excited. I am so ready for this!!! I know I can do it and I WILL do well!!”

 Lori Lowery, Hayes Freedom High School Parent

“We are very fortunate to have people in our area who are passionate about giving back to others. Over the last few years I have had the pleasure of observing Nathan Webster and his unyielding quest to follow his heart and establish Dream Big. He has my earned my respect for staying the course and remaining committed to making a difference in the lives of the youth in our community. Thank you very much Nathan for your dedication to making positive change and working to provide opportunity for all kids.”

John Bockmier, Shamrock 51 Productions

“Something that inspires me is my dreams. To be able to do what I want with my life would be amazing thing, because not a lot of people do what they love. I want to have a good life for me and my someday family. When I read “The Rules of the Red Rubber Ball” it just made me want to work harder and to do whatever it takes to achieve my dream. I guess now I understand what Nathan is trying to do for us and for that we should all be really thankful.”

 Jasmine Colman, Evergreen High School Student

“Dream Big encouraged our students to reflect and reach deep within to help break down the barriers that held them captive to their own limitations.”

 Shelley Ross, Hayes Freedom High School Counselor

“I wanted to say thank you for coming in to talk to us. I am going through a lot trying to figure out how to get to where I want to be and I really enjoyed hearing you talk about how you used to be in the same place everyone else is in now… but it’s comforting to know that someone else has gone through this and actually made it out and is happy with what they are doing.  Again, wanted to say thanks!”

Marina M Smith, Mountain View High School Student

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