Correspondent David Begnaud captures the story of our founder, Richard Rogers
We are thrilled to let you know that CBS News has produced an in depth report on the story behind Just One More Foundation.
In early September, correspondent David Begnaud and his crew came to Chattanooga, Tennessee, spending two days chronicling the story of founder Richard Rogers.
They met some early grant recipients like Scottie Bowman of The Launch Pad, a sober living home for women in recovery.
They traveled up into the hills of southeastern Tennessee to hear Richard tell the story of how he was struck by lightning back in 1995.
They visited U.S. Stove Company in South Pittsburg, Tennessee to see where so much of Richard’s story began.
They did a phenomenal job capturing his story of tragedy and triumph.
We are forever grateful.
Just One More Foundation founder Richard Rogers and CBS News lead national correspondent David Begnaud. September 2023. Chattanooga, TN.
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We are so appreciative to David Begnaud and the entire CBS crew who include producer Christine Weicher, videographer Jeff Duncan, audio tech Tracy Duncan and editor Herb Bennett.