When he was 11, Josh Armstrong was playing basketball at a local park. A man arrived, walked over to someone else playing hoops, and shot him in the head.
“It was the most scared I’ve ever been,” Armstrong admits.
Other hardships followed: his mother got cancer, and his father left the family. Oftentimes, Armstrong doesn’t have enough money for food.
Through the Brooklyn Youth Sports Club, however, Armstrong — and other young adults in similar situations — have found hope, guidance, and a path.
Watch this inspiring story above.
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