About

Meet Grant Lowe

Founder of Mission 44

Grant Lowe riding dirt bikeI’ve always had a love for others. Really I’ve had a love for all people in general.  I grew up with a handicapped brother and I saw how tough life could be for some and also how fortunate I was. I’ve always been passionate about motorcycles and anything that was dangerous or exciting for that matter. When I graduated high school and went to college, I never really found a major I could be sure about and all I could think of was dirt bikes. My parents asked me one day what I was gonna do with my life and if I was ever gonna pick a major.  I told them the only thing I cared about was motorcycles.  “Can you make a living with that” my dad asked. “Of course” I said. Being a 22 year old kid I believed I was grown and could do anything !  Little did I know that would take me on a 19 year journey with my own business in the motorcycle industry. I learned many things and my love for others as I aged grew more and more. During my time as a business owner there were a lot of ups and downs. Some of these ups and downs were at home and some were at work plus many were physically. I’ve broken 27 bones and have had many surgery’s to install some really amazing hardware.  From breaking my neck to busting lungs, I’ve been put back together time and time again by the good Lord. He also has seen fit to let me keep some of my faculties even after 15 concussions. Struggles in business and financially as well as some heartaches at home with my family were just a few more obstacles he helped me through.  My love for God and what he has done for me is very strong and the important in my life. I am nothing without him and I know he has a purpose for me. Ive spent the last 10 years as a volunteer at children’s hospital. Through that time I’ve fallen in love with these kids and their families. They have not only helped me be thankful but have also won my heart over with how they allow me to be apart of their lives. I actually was diagnosed with colon cancer myself in the summer of 2020 and they reached out with love as well as prayer for me. God once again chose to heal me and allowed me to continue pushing forward. I know that all has to do with his plan for Mission44 and how he has so many blessings for these kids and families. I’m just a vessel for him and for that I’m blessed and eternally grateful.

I’ve always had a love for others. Really I’ve had a love for all people in general.  I grew up with a handicapped brother and I saw how tough life could be for some and also how fortunate I was. I’ve always been passionate about motorcycles and anything that was dangerous or exciting for that matter. When I graduated high school and went to college, I never really found a major I could be sure about and all I could think of was dirt bikes. My parents asked me one day what I was gonna do with my life and if I was ever gonna pick a major.  I told them the only thing I cared about was motorcycles.  “Can you make a living with that” my dad asked. “Of course” I said. Being a 22 year old kid I believed I was grown and could do anything !  Little did I know that would take me on a 19 year journey with my own business in the motorcycle industry. I learned many things and my love for others as I aged grew more and more. During my time as a business owner there were a lot of ups and downs. Some of these ups and downs were at home and some were at work plus many were physically. I’ve broken 27 bones and have had many surgery’s to install some really amazing hardware.  From breaking my neck to busting lungs, I’ve been put back together time and time again by the good Lord. He also has seen fit to let me keep some of my faculties even after 15 concussions. Struggles in business and financially as well as some heartaches at home with my family were just a few more obstacles he helped me through.  My love for God and what he has done for me is very strong and the important in my life. I am nothing without him and I know he has a purpose for me. Ive spent the last 10 years as a volunteer at children’s hospital. Through that time I’ve fallen in love with these kids and their families. They have not only helped me be thankful but have also won my heart over with how they allow me to be apart of their lives. I actually was diagnosed with colon cancer myself in the summer of 2020 and they reached out with love as well as prayer for me. God once again chose to heal me and allowed me to continue pushing forward. I know that all has to do with his plan for Mission44 and how he has so many blessings for these kids and families. I’m just a vessel for him and for that I’m blessed and eternally grateful.

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Children in the United States under the age of 15 will be diagnosed with cancer in 2021

– American Cancer Society