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The One Stop Experts Autism Special Needs #OneWorldNation GoFundMe
Providing the information, knowledge, and resources in one spot that filters all the opinionated or flooded information out gives people true hope and ease of information that can prevent suffering. The focus on special needs and mental health.
There are thousands of things as a father of a special needs child, who is 6 years old, that he didn't know until recently that could've changed his son's chances at a normal life. This is common. He searched the usual "go-to" resources like Google for options and resources and found nothing but spam and scams.
Life has been challenging but it has not deterred Richard. He is a father to a nonverbal autistic 6-year-old with daily challenging medical and developmental needs. Richards firstborn passed away at six weeks from a heart defect. Richard made the decision to take action and do something.
Richard founded a business TheOneStopexperts.com which currently is a start-up business seeking crowdfunding to achieve a unique platform designed to give back more in financial contributions with a percent of yearly profits given to good causes of need also by creating a public reflection from the business on our behalf promoting acceptance and awareness overall special needs all mental illness. All good causes.
The two movements are contributing back an average of $2000 a month to major recognized and also other great public causes.
For more information on how you can help or if you are looking for more information please visit the GoFundMe page at https://www.gofundme.com/
eMail: Richardcannon [at] theonestopexperts.com
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Jordan Taylor, Editor