Dreams can come true.
A Georgetown University student organization called Unsung Heroes made the unthinkable happen for a janitor that felt invisible, by raising $2,500 and getting him some catering business.
While he’s worked faithfully and diligently, Oneil Batchelor’s life-long dream has always been to open a chicken joint.
Originally, Batchelor and 22-year-old Febin Bellamy were strangers. The college janitor said to the Washington Post, “There was this space, like ice separating us.”
The immigrant from Jamaica is a fellow twenty something year old that watched others in his age range sit and have the freedom to attend school to achieve their dreams.
When Bellamy broke the silence, he crossed barriers.
An action that spear headed Unsung Heroes and the showcase of other Georgetown employees and their stories.
We’re looking forward to seeing more!