USA – 18 September, 2023 – Eric Ross, a former ornery discharged Marine, law enforcement officer, truck driver, minister, and licensed massage therapist, founded Handicapitated.org as a beacon of hope and support for educators and students alike. As the CEO of this 501(c)(3) organization, Eric’s passion for making a difference is palpable. Handicapitated.org is dedicated to empowering teachers, bridging the digital divide, and ensuring that every student has access to quality education.
Handicapitated.org is a non-profit organization founded by Eric Ross, a multi-faceted individual dedicated to supporting educators and advocating for digital inclusion. Through financial support, community engagement, and advocacy, Handicapitated.org strives to make a meaningful impact in the field of education.
Supporting Teachers: A Personal Mission
Eric Ross’s passion for supporting teachers is deeply personal. He has seen firsthand the dedication of teachers and the hurdles they face. His desire to run for an open board seat and his presence at board meetings demonstrate his commitment to the cause. Eric’s voice is one of empathy and understanding, echoing the struggles and aspirations of educators.
What Eric Ross, CEO of Handicapitated.org. Says About Teachers and Educators?
“Teachers are the unsung heroes of our society, and they deserve our unwavering support. My heart goes out to them, and I’m determined to stand by their side, advocating for the recognition and support they so rightly deserve.”
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Eric Ross, driven by a deep sense of compassion, is on a mission to provide much-needed financial support to teachers and educators. His relentless dedication to this cause stems from personal experiences and observations. Having been to countless board meetings and witnessing the challenges educators face, Eric knows that teachers often find themselves battling overwhelming obstacles.
Handicapitated.org is on a mission to bridge the digital divide. Eric Ross firmly believes that every student, regardless of their economic background, should have equal access to education. During board meetings, Eric has highlighted the stark reality that many homes lack Internet access. His advocacy extends to promoting programs like Lifeline, which can provide free Internet, cell phones, and tablets to those in need.
Eric Ross goes above and beyond by personally engaging with the educational community. He doesn’t just talk the talk; he walks the walk by delivering water to teachers daily. His dedication to their well-being is emblematic of his deep sympathy and unwavering support.
Handicapitated.org is actively involved in educational board meetings, advocating for positive change and equitable access to education. Eric Ross’s firsthand experiences at these meetings underscore his commitment to making a difference. He speaks from the heart, driven by his deep concern for educators and students.
Bridging the Digital Divide
In a world increasingly dependent on technology, the digital divide remains a pressing issue. Handicapitated.org recognizes that many students lack access to the internet and essential digital tools. Eric Ross and his team are determined to change this by raising awareness about programs like Lifeline and advocating for free Internet access for low-income households.
Join the Cause
Striking teachers not starve
Handicapitated.org invites everyone to be part of their journey to empower teachers and bridge the digital divide. Your support can inspire others to make a difference. Donate today and be a part of Eric’s mission to create positive change in education.