Tag: Charity

2022 Benefit Ride…REPLAY: Project Delta, Providing Service Dogs to Veterans in Need… with Patti Robinson

Well my friends, it has finally happened, I have the Covid-19… It’s bound to catch us all at some point and this is my week. I’m beyond the worst of it, but not feeling up to doing a whole show, so I thought I’d take this opportunity to run a replay of one of my great guest interviews. In light of the fact that there is another benefit ride coming up for this great organization, I’ve decided to run a replay of episode 65 where I spoke with Patti Robinson about Project-Delta.

Where do veterans’ service dogs come from?
Have you ever wondered about those service dogs that work with our country’s veterans? Are you someone with a passion for animals, and specifically a passion for rescue animals? I recently had an opportunity to sit down with Patti Robinson of Project Delta, a non-profit organization that teams rescue dogs with veterans suffering from things such as PTSD, traumatic brain injuries and MST. Project Delta is a team of like-minded people from around the country that share a passion for supporting two of the most deserving groups, veterans & forgotten or abandoned dogs.

Project “Delta”(Dogs Enriching Lives Throughout America) is the result of the unrelenting ache in the heart of founder Patti Robinson and you can read more about them by clicking here…
Follow Project Delta on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectdeltamn
Let them know Wilk sent you!

Find out more about the upcoming benefit ride on June 18, 2022 below:
Hope to see you there!

Episode 67: Embrace Opportunities to Combine Your Passion with Doing Good For Others

What is your passion? What trips your trigger and really gets you revved up? Not only have I had a series of great guests lately, guests who’s passions are doing things to better the world in which we live, but over the past couple weeks I, along with my beautiful wife have participated in a couple charity motorcycle rides.

Riding motorcycle has been a passion of mine since I was a little kid. I bought my first motorcycle when I was 10 years old with money I earned on my own. Being a kid who grew up in a working poor home, this was a great accomplishment.  If you’d like, you can actually read more about that by checking out the blog post”In Memory of my Departed Father on his 57th Birthday” that I wrote several years ago. Nowadays, one of my great passions is getting to ride my Harley-Davidson with my wife, which is often limited to a couple charity rides each year. Over the past couple weeks, we have participated in 2 charity motorcycle rides that have benefited veterans charities and inspired me to do this episode.