Maria in Tanzania

  • By: Joni Eareckson Tada
  • Dec. 14, 2015
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  • Joni's Posts, Wheels For The World

Lisa and Maria

Can you imagine lying on a blanket all day, or being carried about on a wooden chair or in a sack? It’s the way many people with disabilities live in developing nations. And it’s why I am so glad that executive assistant, Lisa (pictured here), took on a Wheels for the World Harvest Project and helped transport eight pediatric wheelchairs to a group home in Tanzania – one was this special reclining chair which perfectly fit Maria who has cerebral palsy. You can see Maria LOVES her new set of wheels! We have a goal to deliver 100,000 wheelchairs by 2020 – would you please consider organizing a Wheels for the World Harvest Project through your church? Find out more about Harvest Project!

 
 

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