The boys and girls of Moira Baptist Church run a Sunday School Project each year to raise awareness and funds for Christian missions and other good causes.
This year, they made a special effort to help two very special children. Kuda (8) and Joshua (4) live in Harare, Zimbabwe, and suffer from cerebral palsy.
Kuda and Joshua are two of the thirteen “Jabulani Children” who are cared for by missionaries Alan and Dorothy Graham and their charity Zimbabwe Orphan Care.
Gary and Jayne Wilson from Moira Baptist Church visited Alan, Dorothy and the Jabulani Children in April 2016.
As a physiotherapist who works with child cerebral palsy patients in Northern Ireland, Jayne identified some items of equipment, commonly available to children in the UK, which would greatly enhance Kuda and Joshua’s quality of life.
Specifically, there was a need for two customised pediatric seating systems.
The project was immensely successful and with over £14,500 raised and a whole range of equipment will be shipped to Zimbabwe.