The story of X.

He’s only eight years old so once you get past what happened to him it’s your decision.

Yes, you.

And me too.

‘Don’t Text for X’

Aurie Parris, Maria Canals Barrera of Wizards of Waverly Place, Xzavier Davis-Bilbo, and Ryan Beatty at the premiere of 'From One Second to the Next' by critically acclaimed German director Werner Herzog.

Because of a distracted driver, Xzavier is paralyzed below his diaphragm and he also lost his left lung so he has to be on a respirator.  He was five years old when he was paralyzed.  Before that he thought he would grow up and become a linebacker for the Green Bay Packers.  He was a serious play caller and football fan before he was injured.

Not much is known about the woman who did this to him.  That just isn’t the focus of Valetta Bradford, Xzavier’s mom.  She is a spokeswoman against Distracted Driving and she speaks locally or nationally.  She takes X with her.

But there isn’t enough money for her campaign.

There isn’t even enough money for this family to take care of everything that Xzavier needs and there isn’t enough money for this family to move away from this dreadful corner that brought Xzavier into the restricted zone.

the Very Corner where Xzavier was injured. Xzavier Davis-Bilbo is paralyzed from the diaphram down and he lost his left lung.

We can all come together and donate enough money to help this family out while they face the future of medical necessities and extensive daily living needs.

We can send them professional help on a daily  basis.

We can send them our celebrities.

We can donate regularly every month so that’s one less thing for Valetta to worry about.

Don’t text for X.

Donate on-line to the X-Man Foundation 

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