Alabama Man Mows 2,000 Disabled Vets’ Lawns for Free, Gets Award from Queen Elizabeth in Mail

It’s easy to look at all the bad that is going on in the world and assume you are too small or too insignificant to do something to make the world a better place. But there are things each and every one of us can do to make a difference for the better.
And we don’t have to look further than our own communities. And if it’s inspiration you need, just wait until you learn more about this incredible Alabama man.

Originally from Bermuda, a British Overseas Territory, Rodney Smith Jr. is now proud to call himself a true Alabama man.
Ever since he moved to the United States, the man got extremely involved in his community. He wanted to help his neighbors in any way he could, so when he found out there are people who need to have their lawn mown and can’t do it themselves, he didn’t hesitate to step in.
What’s more, he even got other people to join him, and together they’ve helped more than 2,000 elderly people and veterans. His work didn’t go unnoticed, and he was even rewarded by Queen Elizabeth.
These are the kind of stories that can inspire people to do good, so make sure to share this with all of your friends on Facebook.

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