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FOND DU LAC REPORTER NAMES LIFE ENFORCEMENT PRESIDENT AS ONE OF 2017’S MOST IMPACTFUL OF THE YEAR

In an article published by the Fond du Lac Reporter 9 adults and one kid of the year were all recognized for the impact that they had right here in the Fond du Lac region.

From those that inspired equality to those who practiced kindness and self love, all were deserving for the impact that they had on our community.

Yet we are so proud to see that the work of our very own Life Enforcement President was recognized on such an incredible level.

Taima Kern of USA Today Network: Wisconsin wrote that, “In early December, we solicited nominations, both from the community and from our staff, for those people who left a mark on the region in 2017. We received more than 40 recommendations, and from them we’ve selected nine People of the Year, one Kid of the Year and five honorable mentions.”

Amongst them was Keywon Brown, Founder and President Of Life Enforcement. Taima Kern| USA Today Network: Wisconsin went on to say the Keywon Brown is a Police Officer who is encouraging acts of kindness. “He’s trying to change the people of Fond du Lac to be better people,” said one nominator of Fond du Lac police officer Keywon Brown, in a heartfelt phone call with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin.

“He believes in daily acts of kindness, if it’s holding the door for someone or giving someone $50 for groceries at random. He supports Fond du Lac, he volunteers and he brings everyone together.”

Life Enforcement, the program Brown started, hopes to “inspire and guide our community member’s passion and focus it on purposeful selfless acts of kindness,” according to its website, and encourages members to find ways to take care of those in need.

For the Christmas season, Life Enforcement goes into overdrive, with its family Christmas dinner. According to Brown’s nominator, who is a volunteer with the organization, 100 to 150 people are recommended as people who may be in need of a free Christmas dinner.” Source: Taima Kern| USA Today Network: Wisconsin

Photograph by Patrick Flood

Over the past 3 years and 4 events, Life Enforcement has hosted over 800 children and families at our Friends and Family Christmas dinner. Each year being as beautiful and filled with the spirit of giving as the next

Congratulations to all that were recognized. And always remember to, Be Kind and “Take Care Of” our community.

Take Care,

Life Enforcement

By | 2017-12-28T18:29:14+00:00 December 28th, 2017|News|