The Optiven Foundation has once again brought joy to the life of a 17-year-old boy battling Cerebral Palsy through its #Mobility That Brings Smile campaign Initiative.
The Foundation donated a brand new wheelchair to Wycliff, which will significantly improve his mobility and make his life easier.
During the handing over ceremony, George Wachiuri, the chairman and trustee of the Optiven Foundation, said that their aim is to put smiles on the faces of people living with disabilities and transform their lives.
He urged people to partner with the Foundation and help gift deserving individuals who are differently-abled.
Wachiuri also noted that donations of funds or actual wheelchairs will go a long way in helping friends, family, and neighbors become mobile.
“Donations of funds or actual wheelchairs will go a long way in helping friends, family, and neighbors become mobile,” he said.
He noted that the Optiven Foundation believes that by donating mobility aids, they can put smiles on the faces of people living with disabilities and transform their lives.
Wachiuri further said that the Foundation has been encouraging people to partner with them and help gift deserving individuals who are differently-abled.
Over the last 6 years, the Optiven Foundation has supported various initiatives such as advancing education for needy students, preserving the environment, improving lives and livelihoods for senior citizens, provision of food in marginalized counties, and promoting health.
The Foundation’s mission is to create visible transformation that positively impacts communities, partners, and other stakeholders through sustainable social economic programs, while their vision is to be champions in social-economic transformation.
For those who wish to donate, they can visit the Optiven Foundation website at www.optivenfoundation.org, make a payment through Mpesa Paybill (898 630) with the account name “Mobility,” or contact the Foundation at +254 718 776 033 or send an email to email@example.com for more information.