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Happy Holidays and enjoy this greeting to you on a cart made in Columbia.
“Greetings PET International
My name is Raymond from Obor Berkat Indonesia, would like to inform you that PET International has been a bless for children in Indonesia, especially in needs.
This time I want to share a video about a child name Fitri, that has blessed by PET.
Fitri suffers Polio since she was born.
Now she’s 8 year old. She came from simple family, her father is unable to work because of his Cataract.
While her mother had to pick the paddy seed to earn some money for the family.
Thank you, Raymond Sitorus”
I’ve seen no video or heard no story that more beautifully illustrates why PET/Mobility Worldwide was started 22 years ago. The Fitris of the world are of all colors, ages, creeds, countries and cultures. They all have one crying need, the desire to be mobile, to get up off the dirt, to go to see friends, to go to school, to go to worship, to be human. Is not that the desire of us all, but most are able to do so.
When we Christians say the Lord’s Prayer, we start by saying, “Our Father.” In that we acknowledge that we are all, on this planet Earth, of one family. Fitri is our little sister, and that Mobility Cart is our gift of love to a sister. Now, we must send someone to care for her father’s cataracts, and someone to increase the family income so all are fed and cared for properly.
That video was God’s gift to me.
Mel West, Director Emeritus
DBA Mobility Worldwide MO – Columbia
Last Sunday we had an opportunity to present a PET mobility device to a lady who attends a nearby church here in Botswana. She has not had the use of her legs for the past 17 years. She was so delighted to receive the Mobility Cart. Please pray that this gift that she received in the name of Jesus Christ would be a testimony to all those she meets as she gets her independence back using it.
Jeff & April
Merry Christmas Von!
I wanted to send you a long overdue report on distributions and a map of where World Vision has sent MW carts over the last year+. Thank you to you and your tireless volunteers for all that you do to ensure fullness of life for those living with disabilities in remote communities. We are SO BLESSED by this partnership and love working with you. Please let me know if you or the affiliates have any questions about this information. I look forward to bringing you more (and more timely) reports in the coming year. I was also able to see the carts in action on the streets of Lusaka, Zambia last month. The sight took my breath away.
Wishing you a joyful and blessed 2017!
DIRECTOR. CORPORATE ENGAGEMENT