Casey Wright said in his one man play, "I don't know where my future is, but I know, wherever there is a scared kid, I'll be there." At the Virtue Ranch, there are others who think just like Casey. Danny's work with Casey epitomizes how a young man, burdened with disease, strokes and aneurysms still manages to maintain an attitude of hope and a desire to be self-sufficient, goals that are normal for most but often unattainable for many. His story could be the catalyst a child needs to push forward, a story that reflects the desire for normalcy; an idea or concept that for some is beyond their perceived abilities.
The Casey Wright story, whatever form it takes, is one of understanding the past but constructing a future. Through Danny's generosity, Casey's family now lives, free of charge, on the ranch, in their own home. This has allowed his parents and siblings to go to school, work in their chosen professions and not have to worry about the inevitable surgeries, treatments, and trips to the hospital. Casey is also working on his acting, public speaking and laying the groundwork for his own charitable work. This young man is the perfect example of a young person whose whole attitude to life and a productive future has changed by experiencing what the Virtue Foundation provides at the ranch.