Andrew Rossi is 28 years old and lives in Markham, Ontario. Andrew was raised by two amazing parents Joe and Anna Rossi, and mentored by his older brother Daniel.
Andrew and brother Daniel officially registered the Five with Drive Foundation in 2007. Andrew has taken part in two major walks both for different causes. The first was in 2005 where he and a team walked the entire length of Younge Street, the longest paved street in the world (1,896km). Proceeds raised from that event were donated to Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the York Region. The second event took place in 2007 and was called the East Coast Walk - a.2,500km journey from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Markham, Ontario. That event raised awareness and funds for adults living with intellectual disabilites.
Andrew and his family stand behind their commitments and words and lead their actions through Christ in making a difference. Along side the many projects they are involved in, support, and encourage. Victims of crime was an endeavor that Andrew was introduced to through the Wamback Family. After hearing the proposal for the Freedom Walk, Andrew knew this would be a perfect way to complete his cross country tour.