Sebastian’s “The Endless Race” helps kids with special needs go further

Screen Shot 2013-12-13 at 3.16.59 PMToday’s dose of inspiration comes from Sebastian Rosado, a young man who partnered with Ford and 30 other kids with special needs to independently found “The Endless Race.” “The Endless Race” supports a summer camp for children with special needs run by El Centro María de Los Ángeles. This campaign also shows that nothing can hold these kids back from achieving their goals.

“Remember that the sky is the limit. Never forget that,” says Sebastian, the son of JWT Puerto Rico‘s Jaime Rosado. In 2009, race organizers told him that he wasn’t eligible to run. Sebastian set out to prove them wrong, and in a feat of determination he proudly finished the race. Watch how he did it below:

Each online share of Sebastian’s story is another kilometer added to “The Endless Race,” increasing support for the kids’ summer camp. Help these children go further by visiting their website to share the story and donate to an important cause.

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