NJ Man sells everything to walk across America for veterans

What did you do when you were 24? Not many of us have made as big of a difference as Tommy Pasquale, that’s for sure. He made a choice to be the change he wanted to see in the world and he makes Jersey really proud of that process.

During COVID, Tommy thought he should do something to help others with his time while he’s young, strong and healthy. He had a vision to walk all the way from Manasquan to Venice Beach, California to help the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans.

Tommy started his journey back on September 19th and we’re expecting him to stop by on his trek next week! The motivation for this was the fact that over 38,000 veterans who have bravely served our country are homeless.

Tommy says the level of homelessness our veterans suffer is unacceptable,

I think it’s not asking too much for veterans to have a good place to live and rest at the end of the day.

He should be in California by April 2023. How many of us have the courage to quit our jobs, sell our belongings and move across the country for the benefit of others? I recommend this activism and clearly Tommy’s mom did a great job here! You can follow Tommy’s journey and offer support on social media with “Tommy Walks America”.

@tommy_walks_america Look at that tongue… that’s how you know he’s locked up cmonman #legday #followyourdreams #mikeposner #wally ♬ Hey Ya! – Outcast

I hope Tommy stays off these streets on his walks! These are the most dangerous roads in New Jersey.

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