Amr during his participation in the weightlifting
Dear Alhassan Foundation’s donors, believers and supporters
Our project “Sports and Arts” is one of our core projects that offers wheelchair users the chance to live their life and pursue their hobbies and interests just like their abled peers and maintain their physical and mental health.
We want to thank you dear donor for your donation and support which enable us to continue our mission and be the stepping stone for wheelers to reach their dreams and goals.
One of our greatest achievements in AlHassan Foundation is when our members can achieve their dreams. Participating in the Tokyo Olympics 2021 is a dream that can only be achieved through a lot of perseverance and hard work, and we are proud of the participation of the members of AlHassan Foundation in this huge tournament.
Amr is a 30-year-old male who works as a pharmacist and is paralyzed as a result of spina bifida.
Despite Amr's injury, he decided to pursue his dream of being a professional athlete, he stayed consistent with his training of weightlifting and was able to achieve many medals. Not only that, but also he is now participating in Tokyo Paralympics 2021 and he is truly a symbol of ambition and perseverance.
On the other hand, Malak is a 17-year-old female who is paralyzed as a result of a car accident.
Despite her injury, she resisted her challenging circumstances, and showed willpower and determination that many abled adults cannot match. Malak managed to shine in the sport of swimming and achieve many medals; she will also participate in the Tokyo Paralympics 2021.
We wish them all the best and success.
We want to thank every donor and supporter who helped us achieve this success and we urge you to continue supporting us in our cause, our hope, our dream through subscribing to the monthly donation option, which helps us offer more opportunities to the wheelchair users in Egypt and see them become world-class champions!
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Thank you for believing in the differently abled. :)
Malak during her participation in the swimming
Malak wears her medal