Honoree 2014 – John & Zeph Jaramillo

Congrats to John & Zeph Jaramillo for being honored as an outstanding community volunteer!

John_Zeph_JaramilloName:  John & Zeph Jaramillo

Nominating Organization:  Free Wheelchair Mission 

Honoree Category:  Human & Community

Why Nominated:  John Jaramillo has been involved with Free Wheelchair Mission for over two years now. Since first discovering the organization through a presentation at work, John has not only become extremely involved with our mission, but he has also encouraged his young son to get involved as well. Following in his father’s footsteps, Zeph has become one of our youngest spokesman for Free Wheelchair Mission and is instrumental in helping us educate today’s youth about the importance of mobility in developing countries around the world.

This dynamic father and son duo are regular supporters, event volunteers, and speakers for FWM, getting the word out about our mission in communities all over Southern California. Two of the biggest volunteer speaking engagements they have done for the organization were a feature during the LA Marathon on KTLA, as well as multiple interviews on 100.3 The Sound radio station!

We are extremely grateful for John and Zeph’s passion for our mission, and their dedication to raising awareness and support for our mission!

Please write a note of congratulations below!


11 thoughts on “Honoree 2014 – John & Zeph Jaramillo

  1. John & Zeph – you both are honestly the best!! Your dedication and heart for our mission is palpable (pun intended because you are runners)! Thank you for making the many miles you have run for Free Wheelchair Mission count. We couldn’t have asked for better Ambassadors representing those who are still on the ground. A big hearty thank you for all that you both do!

  2. You two make such an awesome team I can’t stand it! John with your endless energy, passion, and ideas… and Zeph, one of our youngest Ambassadors, doing big things to support your dad and to get the younger generation out there and providing mobility! I’m so grateful each time the two of you come out to volunteer – your passion is infectious, and I know that whenever Team J is on board, everything is going to run smoothly. As we’ve learned so well, who can resist Zeph’s grin when he talks about the importance of mobility?! Thankful to have you as part of the FWM family, and looking forward to many more chances to work with you both. GO TEAM J!!!

  3. Praise God for your enthusiasm and desire to be involved. I love how you have shared your passion with your son. Thank you for dedicating your time to help lift people off the ground.

  4. Thank you so much for your dedication to Free Wheelchair Mission. We are so grateful for your hard work and dedicated hearts to this mission. Many lives have been lifted off the ground because of you! I hope you feel blessed today as we celebrate the both of you!

  5. Dear John & Zeph I wanted to personally thank you for all you do for Free Wheelchair Mission! Your continued support means so much to us. We are blessed to have people like you who are equally as passionate to transform lives through the gift of mobility. A wheelchair makes a world of difference for someone in a developing country, so thank you so much for helping so many people!

  6. John and Zeph- Hearing about you passion and creative ways of spreading awareness of the need for the gift of mobility around the world can be described as nothing less than inspiring. Thank you for you dedication to FWM. Imagine all the great things that God has in store for you, Zeph, if already at such a young age you are making such a kingdom impact! Blessings!

  7. John & Zeph, Thank you so very much for your heart and passion for FWM and the people around the world who need assistance! We are so grateful for you! I love seeing your father & son team rock out for FWM!

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