There are very few people who are compassionate enough that they find it highly therapeutic and satisfying to help others in despair. One such individual is Andrew Lesnak who has himself suffered the tragic aftermath of hurricane Sandy. He can never forget the horrific events that occur that day when hurricane Sandy hit the region. He witnessed a large erosion of his wealth and fell into a deep state of depression.
When he came into terms with life after the hurricane, he wanted to do something productive as well as mentally therapeutic. Soon, he found it satisfying to help other victims of hurricane Sandy either by providing them with counseling they need, affordable housing, and the hands-on skills to increase their chances of earning a livelihood so that they could give a new vision to their life. Being highly humane, Andrew Lesnak started volunteering in various nonprofit organizations. With an impactful and successful approach to wellness, he started The Spero Advocacy Group with the motto “While I Breathe, I Hope.”
As a counselor, Andrew addressed various mental and physical health issues of the people affected by Sandy. The mental health therapy focused on the effects of this disaster that included general distress, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorder. Through his constant efforts, he flashed the torch of positivity and helped them to come out of these issues.
About Andrew Lesnak
Andrew Lesnak took the lead to help other victims by volunteering his time and money towards the Red Cross. He built a strong bond with the victims and found it quite healthy and therapeutic for himself. This organization aims at helping people affected by the conflict and armed violence and promoting the laws that protect victims of war. Being an independent and neutral organization, it ensures humanitarian protection and assistance for the victims of war and armed violence.