If someone told you to organize projects to help your community non-profits while also ministering to area youth, you might have no idea where to start. Since 2008 that’s exactly what Wired Ministries has been doing, thanks to the hard work of Mark and Susan Anderson. It’s what’s earned them this month’s Silent Heroes award.
One Enterprise native believes dental health is of the utmost importance. He's is giving back to his community through his profession, regardless of transportation or financial issues. It’s an effort that makes him this month’s silent hero.
The Wiregrass Area Food Bank is a cornerstone of our community. Much of their growth throughout the years is tied to one man. News 4′s Taylor Pollock caught up with executive director David Hanks to find out what makes him this months “Silent Hero”
According to Feeding America, 1 in 5 Alabama children struggle with food insecurity. One Cottonwood Elementary School staff member makes sure students have a little extra to get them through the end of the month.
Many may not think twice about a quick trip to the store or even a doctor’s appointment, but for many living in the most rural parts of the Wiregrass, their next ride is never certain. One Covington County man is working to make a difference for those around him with transportation insecurity, which makes him this month’s Silent Hero.
Do you know someone in your community that makes a difference? If so, nominate them here and they will be entered for a chance to win $1000 from Wiregrass Electric to help with their efforts in your community.