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Lester’s Story

Posted on: September 1st, 2015 by WFKI No Comments

Lester arrived after a long journey across Guatemala, determined to get a replacement wheelchair for a worn-out chair he outgrew long ago. He was thrilled, as you can see by his giant and constant smiles! Some cultures believe that children with disabilities are angels in disguise, sent to test the faith and practice of those with whom they come in contact. If Lester really is an angel, I’d believe it, because his smile constantly radiates the love of God. Please join us in showing the greatest love, by providing adjustable pediatric wheelchairs, to more children just like Lester. Donate.

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Mai’s Story

Posted on: August 9th, 2015 by WFKI No Comments

Little Mai received an adjustable wheelchair during our first distribution in Vietnam in 2015. She was such a sweetie pie! Her wheelchair is soft, comfortable and supportive, and will grow in size to fit her body as it grows! Her mother is happy to have a great wheelchair to help her daughter be more independent and social! We don’t think she’ll need a lot of help making friends! Do you?!

Donate today to help children just like little Mai!

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Hermano Pedro

Posted on: June 17th, 2015 by WFKI No Comments

It’s difficult to write about Hermano Pedro. I’ve written so often in this blog that I either didn’t know what to expect or it was better not to have expectations. In this case, I knew I had to prepare myself mentally for the worst. Read More

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Leyla’s Story

Posted on: June 17th, 2015 by WFKI No Comments

Eight-year-old Leyla was born with spina bifida. Leyla is a normal girl in every way, except for her physical disability. Her father carried her to school everyday and placed her in the chair at her assigned desk. Because she couldn’t walk, she had to sit at her desk alone during recess and lunch times. The teachers would not touch her and other children feared her. Now with the new pediatric wheelchair, Leyla can go outside during recess and roll her way to lunch. Because of her newfound mobility, she is making friends and is accepted by peers at her school as the wheelchair allows for social interaction. Not only will she receive a proper education, but Leyla is paving the way for other children with disabilities to also attend school.

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