Louis Marinucci
Louis Marinucci's Fundraiser
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Help Louis' dream of being an inspiration to others with Autism come true!

Help me make a difference by contributing ANY amount so I can continue my journey. THANKS!!

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$3,620 towards $3,400

My name is Louis Marinucci. I suffer from Asperger's Syndrome or Autism and Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). I'm on a mission to raise money for myself & my caregiver to go train with DIVEHEART in December. I have a dream and a goal to one day finally become a PADI Master Scuba Diver, go pro, become a "PADI Ambassadiver", and to inspire others with Asperger's and ADHD and others to try new things. I want others with learning disabilities to see that THEY CAN DO THINGS THEY NEVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE! I am also an active "YouTuber" and create videos about my adventures to raise awareness, inspire and encourage others to get "out there" and try new things. I even have a YouTube channel called "Louis' Adventures", which is where my videos are posted which I hope you will see, enjoy, and share with others. In these videos, I try to educate and inspire people like me and with all types of disabilities to try new things. I completed and passed my PADI Open Water Diver certification in 2006, and although I only have completed 18 open water dives, my enthusiasm and passion for diving is beyond exciting. My first time with Diveheart was a blast diving with Rachel & Tinamarie in Cozumel, I'm looking forward to doing it again, and also getting more experience at the same time. With the help and guidance of Diveheart, a non-profit that is focused on helping adaptive divers like myself, and Wendy, my volunteer Instructor, my heart is set on making this dream become a reality. Without your financial assistance, this would not be a possibility. ANY amount you can offer will be more than appreciated!! Thanks in advance, and stay tuned! And as I always say, "IT'S TIME FOR ADVENTURE!"