From Dumpster to CEO


From Dumpster to CEO

Bradley Mattes   |   December 02, 2019

A newborn baby boy was born in Quincy, Florida and abandoned in a dumpster.  According to Planned Parenthood, someone like him should’ve been aborted.  Instead, at just two days old, Freddie was adopted by Nathan and Betty Figgers.  At only thirty, Freddie Figgers became a CEO of a sixty-two-million-dollar company he started as a teenager.  He holds four patents, is an inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist.  Now, one of his goals is to help others achieve theirs.  Freddie provides college scholarships to high school seniors, sponsors youth programs, and financially assists the elderly.  This young man says, “I’m going to impact this world and change today for a better tomorrow.”  Even if we don’t see the potential in every newborn child, God does.  And He has a perfect plan for them.

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