“Today the PFC team was in Maximum Miracle Center Nairobi Kawangware hosted by Rev Dr. Esther Wanjiru and Rev. Dr. Lucy Natasha. They distributed seven Mobility Carts to the physically challenged in the slum area. Josephine Naciala one of the beneficiaries is seen here breaking down in tears after receiving her Mobility cart. We appreciate our partners Mobility Worldwide for making all this possible. Truly a blessing.”
The last two days of the Blom Memorial team’s time in Haiti, brought adventures, bumpy roads, and blessings.
We provided six PET carts! We rode in two trucks for an hour and a half to get to the town where these handicapped people live. It was a pretty bumpy, but scenic and fun. Once we got there, there were a few of the people we were giving PETs to. I had to fill out the paper work for each person. It was amazing to hear about their story of how they became disabled. I heard about their families and where they lived.
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This afternoon as I made my daily walk through Lenoir Woods, I met a young man who was here to visit his grandmother, the widow of Harold Wilson, one of our long-time PET volunteers. In the conversation, he said that ten years ago he met me and still remembered my understanding of the cross as a basis for mission. I’ve had others tell me how much that story means to them, so I tell it here. Continue reading
Sierra Leone Education and Development Trust UK partners with Mobility Worldwide to help disabled students
“The Mobility Carts have safely arrived in the Kenya PFC premises. They will improve the lives of hundreds of physically challenged people in the country. We thank Mobility Worldwide and MedShare for the support on this project .”
(3:45 video) Distribution of Mobility Carts in Junta de Beneficencia de Guayaquil, Guayaquil, Ecuador Jan 2017
Dear friends: It is our pleasure to send you a video on the distribution of PETs we did this week. Many of these recipients come from outside Guayaquil. To have a Pet means for them a great possibility to work in their communities. It is a life-change opportunity. Thank you very much.
Isabel Valdez de Escala
Foreign Relations Director
Junta de Beneficencia de Guayaquil