Teen Walks 40 Miles With His Disabled Brother on His Back for Cerebral Palsy Awareness

State   Steven Ertelt   Jun 9, 2014   |   4:43PM    Washington, DC

Hunter Gandee of Temperance, Michigan is just 14-year-old but hi courage and dedication to helping others has already eclipsed most adults. huntergandeePersisting through the elements, Hunter walked more than 40 miles with his little brother strapped to his back to raise awareness for those with cerebral palsy.

Hunter did so because his little brother Braden has the medical condition and trouble walking. He’s always helped Braden and this was one way to bring even more attention to those who need some assistance with the disability,

“Whenever I’m going through something that’s difficult and doing something that’s hard, I see him and how he worked through it and it just kind of pushes me through,” Hunter said.

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