A team USA para powerlifter from Brooklyn has started a non-profit to help disabled individuals obtain adaptive equipment like wheelchairs, canes and walkers.

Garrison Redd, 32, started the Garrison Redd Project after quitting his job at the Internal Revenue Service.

“One day I woke up and I said, ‘I’m way too cool for this. I have good qualities. I need to be out in the world and I need to be helping people,'” he said.

EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn (WABC) — A team USA para powerlifter from Brooklyn has started a non-profit to help disabled individuals obtain adaptive equipment like wheelchairs, canes and walkers.

Garrison Redd, 32, started the Garrison Redd Project after quitting his job at the Internal Revenue Service.

“One day I woke up […]

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