KANSAS CITY, Mo. - One Kansas City man given between three and five years to live is now up for a NASCAR volunteering award.
Don Post was diagnosed with ALS in 1980 and told he wouldn't live long. But post overcame and made it his mission to help others, despite his diagnosis.
Thirty three years later, Post actively works with March of Dimes and is being recognized by NASCAR for his volunteerism.
In a statement on NASCAR.com, Post was recognized for his most recent work the March of Dimes in the "Bikers for Babies" events.
"His humility is matched by his wisdom, sense of humor, and desire to help the tiniest and most helpless of all," the statement said.