"Every act of kindness helps create kinder communities. One visit with the caring, generous hearts of the Sandhills was not enough....I'll See You in September."
Jeff Hanson is a philanthropic artist from Overland Park, Kansas. Jeff is visually impaired from an optic nerve tumor (he nick-named CLOD) associated with a genetic condition called neurofibromatosis. The tumor cased severe vision loss in 2015, requiring chemotherapy and radiation. Despite his low vision, Jeff sees well enough to create brilliant artwork - a "sight for sore eyes," he calls it.
Life according to Jeffrey Hanson is about “lessons learned.” Live life with a purpose. Don’t let your CLOD define you. Generosity begets generosity. Be passionate in everything you do.
In 2015 Jeffrey was featured on the CBS Morning Show for his work and his spirit of generosity.
Learn more about Jeffrey Hanson's story here.
For more information on the September 30 event in Pinehurst, please call the Foundation of FirstHealth at (910) 695-7500.