This week, in our first ever Virtual Podcast, we talk with Trey McAlister, Co-Founder of RU4Children, about his recent trip to Ukraine, and his journey that led him to start a Non-Profit with his wife, Jennifer.

About our Guest: Trey McAlister is a 53 year old, native Texan, who is the co-founder and Executive Director of a nonprofit called RU4Children. He has a wife, Jennifer, and two girls, Marin and Kristen. Originally from Shamrock, TX, Trey was born into a military family now living in Fort Worth, TX. After high school, he entered the Marine Corps where he served in his first assignment at Marine Barracks Pearl Harbor under Admiral Jeremiah at the Central Pacific Fleet Command. McAlister achieved the rank of Corporal while serving in Desert Storm/Desert Shield as an 0351 Dragon weapons gunner, in the 3rd Marine Battalion out of Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. After leaving the Marines, Trey entered a restaurant management group where he led in the opening of more than 30 storefronts. Upon accepting Christ, he moved back to Texas to seek out God’s plan for his life. In the spring of 2000, Trey was asked to teach soccer at an orphan summer camp along the Volga River in Russia, North of Moscow. A week later he would meet the woman that would become his wife, and together they would create RU4Children to serve the needs of women and children in distress. Trey and Jennifer have spent the last 20 years building up people and organizations to serve women, children, and orphans in Russia, Ukraine, Haiti, and Guatemala. In 2021, RU4Children celebrated their 20th anniversary in missions.

Follow and contact: Instagram: @RU4Children

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Former Professional Athlete turned Serial Entrepreneur. Nick has been featured in CBS, NBC, FOX, The New York Times, Yahoo Finance, Disrupt Magazine and USA Wire. Nick is a Husband, Father & Coach. Nick is the Host of The Histreak Podcast. President of Team Hiter. Vice President of SANDLOTT Sports. Founder of Hitlab Creative Studios. Partner of Home Agent Group. Partner of Hub Holdings.