2,000 Gifts of Mobility enabled by My Brother’s Keeper, FUMC, Lewisville, Texas

“Parts makers” provide major PET components, almost invisibly supporting Gifts of Mobility throughout the world. For example, My Brother’s Keeper, FUMC, Lewisville, Texas, is on the verge of having produced 2,000 metal frames and delivered the frames to PET TX-Brazos Valley.

From My Brother’s Keeper – First UMC Lewisville November Newsletter:

This November, we will begin our next batch of metal frames. If you were ever curious to know how many frames we’ve produced over the years and where in the world all these frames go, check out the charts below. The next batch of frames will take our total up to 2,000! That is two thousand lives changed around the world, all of it thanks to you!

Come join us after each Men’s breakfast to help us build these metal frames – no experience is necessary. Just a willingness to work and get involved, even if you can’t stay for the whole morning. Every hour of help is needed and greatly appreciated!

P.S.: If you haven’t been to the metal shop in a while, you should come by and see the new updates to our working area. Lots of new things going on with PETs & MBK – we’d love to see you there!

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