The people of Sierrha Nevada in the Northern California Extended Generosity to Kenya by partnering with Optiven Foundation in a forum held by the Faith Tabernacle Church – a multi-ethnic Christian church in west Los Angeles giving a smile to the differently abled persons.
Apostle Joseph Sakuda among other leaders of The Faith Tabernacle Church (http://www.wlafaith.org ) denoted that #MobilityThatBringsSmiles has given smiles to thousands of physically challenged persons in Kenya. He commended the initiative saying it is a positive transformation to the society. The Church donated 10 wheelchairs to the cause.
The Chairman and Trustee of the Optiven Foundation Mr. George Wachiuri addressed Kenyans in Nevada and urged them to continue uplifting those differently abled in our valued society.
The Optiven Foundation Campaign dubbed #TheMobilityThatBringsSmiles has been going on targeting thousands of families across 47 counties in Kenya. Some of the counties in Kenya that have benefited from this campaign #MobilityThatBringsSmiles are;
Mr. Peter Obwoge 50 , a Kenyan and a father of 5 who lives in Nyamira County, Kenya is one of the beneficiaries of the Optiven Foundation Campaign dubbed #MobilityThatBringsSmiles. Peter though, contracted polio when he was an infant and has been immobile all his life. The tides have now changed for Peter, when Optiven Foundation recently intervened and offered him a free wheelchair, which he is now using to move around and fend for his family. Kisii county, Nyamira – https://www.optivenfoundation.org/newsandblogs/113-optiven-foundation-gives-a-smile-in-nyamira
.Other partners that have supported this initiative are the entire Optiven staffs who have been donating money to buy wheelchairs.
Mr. James Mugo a staff at Optiven Group was among the many donors who have donated a wheelchair to Optiven Foundation. Mugo who is widely known as (James Ploti) spoke to Optiven Foundation, and had this to say: “You don’t need to have millions to touch a life. I dedicated part of my little salary to be going towards touching the life of the needy. The art of giving is Biblical, give whatever little you have. A life will be inspired with my little donation”. Mugo who is a renowned philanthropist is also one of the staff supporting the Soweto Children Home (https://www.optivenfoundation.org/newsandblogs/99-optiven-foundation-to-unveil-new-home-at-kayole-children-s-home )which is largely supported by the Optiven Foundation. Speaking shortly after receiving the donation, Optiven Foundation Chairman, Mr. George Wachiuri noted that it is such partnerships that are needed to bring smiles to our sisters and brothers who are living with disability. Here is what Mr Mugo had to say on his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=415749859257416&set=a.245180596314344&type=3&theater )
During his speech, the Chairman Optiven Foundation explained that the Foundation will be giving new wheelchairs in order to restore the dignity and confidence of the recipients. Mr. George Wachiuri shared his gratitude to the Kenyans in California for this benevolent support of the Foundation’s vision of economically and socially empowering and transforming the valued society. Also commits to remain accountable and match every wheelchair donated because everyone is uplifted by God.
Creating visible transformation is the objective of this initiative aiming at positively impacts on communities, partners, and all other stake holders through sustainable social-economic programs. The Optiven Foundation, encourages stakeholders from all walks of life to support this initiative in order for us to transform the society, one life at a time and all donations make a difference. If you would like to partner with the Optiven Foundation, please send your generous donation of 150 (USD) contribution to any of the contacts below and together we shall be transforming the society.
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