Words From A Whosoever: Louis

Posted on August 30th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

You’re never too old to open new doors….Almost a year ago, I made a promise to myself to change my ways and let my faith grow, I’ve struggled with anxiety and bottled up anger for most of my life, #TheWhosoevers helped me find my faith as well as become a better father, husband, brother, son, and friend, and have now been anxiety and anger free for almost a year!! – Louis Whosoever

Words From A Whosoever: Roo

Posted on August 30th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

One year ago I was 3 ½ months in the hospital and started rehab, post heart double lung transplant. I was there for two weeks learning how to walk, eat, lift basic items and relearn daily activities. It’s amazing that now I can do all of that including miles of bike riding. God deserves all the praise in this journey! Thank you to my beautiful wife you’re my rock and my comfort. – Roo Whosoever

Words From A Whosoever

Posted on July 23rd, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

“If only my shoes can talk. They will tell you just where I’ve been and how far I’ve come. I always try to be a better version of me that I was yesterday. We all have been through a struggle the important part is that I’m still standing.” Share your stories by tagging @thewhosoevers on Instagram.

The Whosoevers Presents: KILL THE NOISE a New Wave of High School Events

Posted on June 27th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

Note from a Student…
“I just wanted to say thank you. It was great meeting a lot of you yesterday and all of you actually did help me in a very big way because I was contemplating suicide yesterday and you guys showed me that there is another way out and suicide isn’t it and neither is drugs and it helped me very much.”
The Whosoevers Kill The Noise
The Whosoevers presents KILL THE NOISE featuring Warped Tour alumni band Dose of Adolescence, autograph signing by freerider Vinnie Carbone, and speaker from The Whosoevers, co-founder Ryan Ries. For booking inquiries email info@thewhosoevers.com or call (844) 428-6275.
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Co-founder Sonny Sandoval with P.O.D. at Padres Games

Posted on June 14th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

Lead singer of P.O.D. and co-founder of The Whosoevers, Sonny Sandoval and the rest of P.O.D. put on an excellent show at the San Diego Padres Games. The crowd embraced the San Diego locals and Sonny’s son Justice as they stepped up to the plate to throw the first pitch and kick off the game. It was an awesome night all around!

Mens Smoke Jumpers T-Shirt – Product Feature

Posted on May 27th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

Our new product feature is the Mens Smoke Jumpers T-Shirt. The design was inspired by a military unit who jumps into fires to rescue people…we share a similar mission. Available at our webstore – www.thewhosoevers.com/storethewhosoevers.com/store

Co-founder Ryan Ries Speaking in Costa Mesa

Posted on May 27th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

Last week Ryan had the opportunity to speak in Costa Mesa, California. He met up with Christine Brant from an organization that’s raising awareness for prescription drug abuse “One Choice Destroys You”. They spoke to over 500 people at Lifelines, an addiction recovery program.

If you’d like The Whosoevers to come out and speak at your event please email info@thewhosoevers.com or call (844) 428-6275

Bowman High School We’re Coming For You

Posted on May 22nd, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

This Friday, May 29th The Whosoevers present KILL THE NOISE at Bowman High School in Santa Clarita, California featuring Warped Tour alumni band Dose of Adolescence, autograph signing by freerider Vinnie Carbone, and speaker from The Whosoevers, co-founder Ryan Ries.

This is the second stop on The Whosoevers KILL THE NOISE high school tour. We are booking for fall 2015 semester now at info@thewhosoevers.com or call (844) 428-6275

How To Reach Your Community

Posted on May 20th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

By: Co-founder Ryan Ries

Here are 3 ways we reach out and you can do the same in your local communities:

1) Find your passion and follow it.  

If you like music teach kids music. If you like art raise money for a charity by selling your art. I like to speak and talk with kids that are going through stuff that I can relate to. I feel at home in rehab centers because I was basically in one and around a lot of people that had addiction issues. It’s rad to see God change hearts in the broken.

2) Connect with others.

Identify organizations in your community like local homeless shelters, rehab facilities, community & senior centers, or raise money for a non-profit you want to support. Volunteering allows you to connect with people and get in the real world and see what’s up. Also, include your family. I bring my nieces and nephew to events because they learn by watching.

3) Just like our walk with God, consistency is the key.

Volunteering gives you purpose. Our mission is to strengthen communities through people, and the places we volunteer at depend on us to be consistent. This builds trust and at the end of the day helping people is a gift.

The Whosoevers is dedicated to building local communities and speaking purpose into lives around the world. We’re always here to help plug you into a church or organization if you’re having trouble finding opportunities to volunteer. Check us out at www.thewhosoevers.com

Full article at – http://www.iamsecond.com/2015/04/how-to-reach-your-community/


Next Stop is Hilltop High School

Posted on May 13th, 2015 by Sonia Gonzalez

The Whosoevers KILL THE NOISE tour is going off with only a few stops left before the school year ends. Next stop is Hilltop High School in Chula Vista on Wednesday, May 27th. Do you want The Whosoevers to come to your school? We are booking for fall 2015 semester now! Email info@thewhosoevers.com or call (844) 428-6275

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