Petty Officer Jonathan Grant

By  No Regrets Campaign

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Raleigh, NC

Navy SEAL Jonathan Grant needs our help on his journey to recovery from a horrific car accident.
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Petty Officer Jonathan Grant earned his Navy SEAL trident in 2007 while serving his country on three overseas deployments. On March 17, 2017, a friend and Jonathan, who was serving as a combat medic instructor at Fort Bragg, were involved in a horrific car accident, suffering a severe brain injury and resulting in a coma for almost two months with the doctors giving him a 10% chance of survival. Almost 5 months later, Jonathan is progressing everyday with the help of his doctor's, wife, his "the only easy day was yesterday" and "Tell me I can't" mentality. 

We are raising money for Jonathan and his wife Laura to help with everyday needs on his road to recovery. 

Under the No Regrets Campaign, the Tell Me I Can't family highlights our courageous and inspiring Veterans who rather than retreat from their adversities, meet them head on. Petty Office Grant is a prime example of this mentality and we are honored to have him a part of our family.

You may also text "tellmeIcant" to 41444 to donate.

To learn more please go to No Regrets Campaign on Facebook.

Thank you!


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Navy SEAL Jonathan Grant needs our help on his journey to recovery from a horrific car accident.
What is your Tax EIN?

Petty Officer Jonathan Grant earned his Navy SEAL trident in 2007 while serving his country on three overseas deployments. On March 17, 2017, a friend and Jonathan, who was serving as a combat medic instructor at Fort Bragg, were involved in a horrific car accident, suffering a severe brain injury and resulting in a coma for almost two months with the doctors giving him a 10% chance of survival. Almost 5 months later, Jonathan is progressing everyday with the help of his doctor's, wife, his "the only easy day was yesterday" and "Tell me I can't" mentality. 

We are raising money for Jonathan and his wife Laura to help with everyday needs on his road to recovery. 

Under the No Regrets Campaign, the Tell Me I Can't family highlights our courageous and inspiring Veterans who rather than retreat from their adversities, meet them head on. Petty Office Grant is a prime example of this mentality and we are honored to have him a part of our family.

You may also text "tellmeIcant" to 41444 to donate.

To learn more please go to No Regrets Campaign on Facebook.

Thank you!


Team

Team

Funders

$ 10
Anonymous

$ 4,480
Funders