From Baptist Medical & Dental Mission International:
“First let me say “Thank You” so much for the opportunity to bless the
disabled people of Honduras. Through our ministry we have been able to
distribute 10 adult and 6 child PETs. I have a pictures of each of the
recipients as well as their story of their disability. Again I will say
it has truly been a blessing to be a part of the PET distribution.
Unfortunately I currently do not have access to my home computer or
memory card where the stories and photos are stored. Continue reading
PET MO-Columbia update 9-1-15
PETs built since 1-1-15 #989
Orphan Grain Train is a faith-based (Lutheran, but broadly ecumenical)
NGO and a long-time partner with PET. Their offices and warehouses are
in Norfolk, NE. In their last fiscal year they shipped #123 40′
Containers or 53′ trucks with mission items. They ship PETs and other
items for us. For your interest, I am listing the shipments they made
that included PETs: Continue reading
PET MO-Columbia update 8-25-15
PETs build since 1-1-15 #947
Last Friday we received a check at PET that triggered this story. It is
a check that we have been receiving annually, almost since PET began.
Here is the story: Continue reading
“This Austin based non-profit is changing lives across the globe with three wheels at a time and giving others a second chance at life with pride, comfort and productivity.”
PET MO-Columbia update: 8-17-15
Built since 1-1-15 #915
Some folks have asked about our facilities here at PET MO-Columbia; and
since it is good for all to know about such, I will give you a tour. We
are fortunate to rent an 9,000 sq. ft. building in an accessible part of
town. It is a one story building with three unloading docks. One is
standard for commercial trucks. One is a porch the height of a pickup bed,
and the other is at ground level. We have two electric fork lifts and two
pallet jacks. Continue reading
“Noel, a 25 year old from near Pacayal, Yoro, Honduras, was shot and disabled last year. He is VERY HAPPY to receive the Personal Energy Transportation cart.”
Noel de Jesús Contreras de 25 años sufre de discapacidad a Causa de un disparo que afecto su Columna Vertebral, este Joven padre de Familia es de la Comunidad de Luquigue entregue un PET para que pueda desplazarse y ejercitar su Cuerpo.
Agradezco la Colaboración a través de AHMEN y principalmente al grupo y misioneros “”Feed My Sheep”” en Yorito , Honduras.
Automated translation: Noel of Jesus Contreras of 25 years is suffering from disabilities because of a shot that affection your spine, this young man family man is of the community of luquigue deliver a pet so I can move and exercise his body.
I am grateful for the collaboration through ahmen and mainly to the group and missionaries “” Feed my sheep “” On Yorito, Honduras.