PET cart reaches disabled soldier in Petchaboon, Thailand

IMG_1938Photo enclosed of PET recipient. When he was in his early 20’s he was a soldier in the Thai army. While in the line of duty he was shot in the back and the bullet struck his spine. He used crutches for several years, but as he entered his 30’s he lost more and more use of his legs. Doctors told him it was a severe calcium loss and today at age 39 he is unable to walk on his own – thus the donation of a cart. He sent the picture to us himself with sincere thanks to PET. He lives near Petchaboon, Thailand – a very long distance from where our Foundation is located. We sent him the cart via the Thailand Post Office at a cost of only 600 Thai Baht (just over $20). Had we driven there, it would have cost us at least triple just in gas. Many thanks to all.

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