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.
My Story

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.
My Story

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