OUR LATEST VIDEO CONTRIBUTION IS, IN FACT, A TASTY TRIO FROM ALASTAIR, A SERVING SOLDIER IN THE BRITISH ARMY.
Part One is still uploading…it’s rather large and is taking some to to get up (stop it!)…HERE, IN TRUE STAR WARS STYLE, WE BEGIN WITH PART TWO: GIVE ‘EM HOPE CAMPAIGN – ALASTAIR, SOLDIER, FATHER, GAY (PART TWO OF THREE)
ALASTAIR, SOLDIER, FATHER, GAY (PART TWO OF THREE)
In this second part, Alastair talks candidly about coming out to friends, family and to colleagues in the military. He was met with some unexpected responses and viewers will find this uniquely inspirational soldier’s journey to personal and professional harmony both encouraging and uplifting.
A few months ago, I met some of Alastair’s colleagues, who without realising that we were friends, told me how highly regarded he was and how much they admired him for his determination to live an authentic life.
This video is a powerful example of a very inspiring man who refuses to live limited by labels.
WHAT IS THE GIVE ‘EM HOPE CAMPAIGN?
Stage One — The Give ’em Hope Campaign is an inclusive and inspirational celebration of diversity; an online video initiative to encourage and uplift those who feel marginalised, isolated or limited by labels. We exist to bring hope to those who need it most and do so by sharing our stories.
The campaign was founded by David E Watters in early 2011 and has grown, with the support of numerous international cheerleaders and proactive participants.
All of our videos can be found on our youtube channel.
THE NBI ASSOCIATES YOUTUBE CHANNEL CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE LINK HERE:
Stage Two — has included written stories of HOPE from those who have freed themselves from limiting labels and who can now celebrate their individuality.
Write your story or make and send your video to: DavidWatters@nbiassociates.co.uk
SHARE YOUR STORY AND HAVE IT SHOWN ON:
THE NBI ASSOCIATES YOUTUBE PAGE: NBIassociateshttp://www.youtube.com/user/NBIassociates?feature=mhee
THE NBI ASSOCIATES/ GIVE ‘EM HOPE WEBSITE:
Stage Three — is the living family support network which flourishes on facebook. Both the group and sister page are staffed by an international team of compassionate administrators, of diverse backgrounds, who provide unrivalled support and guidance.
JOIN THE “Give ’em Hope” GROUP ON FACEBOOK:
COME AND VISIT OUR SISTER PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/GIVEemHOPE