Howdy, I’m Ryan Bojanski, an educational consultant and the owner of the Montana State Dream Makers blog. As a young adult, I found a much purpose in volunteering for the local community shelter and donating to several charities. Before I knew it, I began looking for more ways to get involved, wanting so much to truly improve the lives of the kids at the shelter. Then life hit hard. One of the kids, who was a very good friend of mine, passed following complications from multiple sclerosis.
It was pretty devastating for everyone, and I almost couldn’t heal from that. But it also gave me a new purpose. I’ve since spent a good part of my life empowering and supporting kids and adults with multiple sclerosis. I’ve done this with the help of foundations like the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, and the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
I started this blog to inspire and motivate people who have a passion for helping others. I’m hoping to connect readers with charities and local causes in Montana and the United States in general. Montana State Dream Makers is part of a bigger project, as I aim to start my own charity soon. These are simply my lessons on how to make the world a better place and what individuals can do to achieve that.