Read the stories in the feet you see. Some are well groomed with painted nails and some in high heels. Here at Lenoir where I live a huge building operation is in process, with many of the workers wearing steel toed work shoes. The executives in the offices wear other kinds. Tennis shoes, boxing shoes, golf shoes, basketball shoes, football shoes, rubber boots, fishing waders – all tell something about the owner of the feet. Continue reading “Mobility Carts serve many with feet problems”
Give the Gift of Mobility, Dignity, and Opportunity!
Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia update 8/4/17
Earl Miner, the designer of the Mobility Cart, emphasized that it was a “machine of peace”. “You cannot mount a machine gun on it,” he said. It has now been placed in 104 countries, and without any regard to race, creed, politics, sexual preference or the language of the persons in need. Continue reading “Mobility Cart is a ‘machine of peace’”
Banja Village, Chikwawa District, Malawi … How deep is the pain in the heart of a mother who watches her physically challenged child remain confined to the house while his friends and neighbors can be seen outside playing and having fun together?
What is the pain like for a mother who knows one day she will be gone, and her handicapped son will be unable to care for himself?
How would you like to give a cooler & a business opportunity?
Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia Update: 924 built since 1-1-17
Persons who receive Mobility Carts often have three responses.
First, they experience pure joy at receiving the gift of mobility. For the first time in many years, they are able to move about, to look people in the eye, to be social. A huge smile often accompanies their inner joy.
Second, they ask the question, “Why would someone a half a world away, whom I can never thank personally, who does not even know me, do this for me?”