[June 26, 2018]
Eric Lund is joining our Co-Founder and 8-year Navy Veteran, Michael Hyacinthe in Washington D.C. this week to participate in the Civic Accelerator Veterans Solutions Lab, which is part of a larger 8-week program that will help shape and grow [HAS HEART] into a more impactful organization. Since we last visited Eric in the ICU at Johns Hopkins University in November 2017, he has begun an intensive therapy routine and relocated to the Walter Reed Hospital to continue his healing and strengthening process. We’re excited to see Eric’s progress and are thrilled to have him apart of the Veterans Solutions Lab program along us.
[ORIGINAL POST: DECEMBER 14, 2017]
Anyone who has followed [HAS HEART] over the past few years will remember Sgt. (Ret.) Eric Lund, who we worked with in 2014 for a special HERO[series] project with the Detroit Pistons and NBA player, Kyle Singler. Together, they created the design “Victory,” that we later re-released for our 2016 ArtPrize exhibit to coincide with work that Habitat for Humanity of Kent County and the Home Depot were finishing in his home.