150 child PET mobility devices for most in need

 
$11,154
$26,346
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Apr 10, 2012

More Requests and Shipments

Last summer we sent a semi load of PETs to Gleaning for the World.  In February we sent another semi full of #182 PETs to refill their warehouse for shipments around the world.  Included were 15 child size.

In March and April we will send out two truckloads of #280 PETs including 30 child size to Mission Internationale D'Evangelisation Et De Reveil Spirituel in Benin, Africa.  We are shipping to the US Navy's Project Handclasp, and they will take the PETs to Benin.  This NGO has also received multiple PET shipments.

We appreciate all those involved in providing children with mobility.

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Kathy Maynard

Columbia, MO United States

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