I have a personal connection to what we’re doing and our mission, how to really help the visually impaired and blind. So I think that’s a part of it, being in their shoes when I was younger, or having friends and people I know who are a part of the community, just giving them that opportunity, whether it’s something they want to pursue at a national or Paralympic level, or they just want to be more active and outgoing. That really keeps me going, wanting to help more people, because it is important to get them active and moving, but it can spread into any aspect of your life. And that’s the best, meeting someone we’ve supported. I think that’s what keeps me going, being able to help so many people around the country.