Who doesn’t love magic? A rabbit out of a hat, a stream of colorful scarves from behind your ear, a ramp where there were stairs.
Through the magic of modern medicine Dave Talbot, long-time Rotarian, great friend to many, and source of mobility devices throughout Africa, is out of the hospital, out of rehab, and is recuperating at home and in physical therapy.
So, that he can recover in familiar surroundings, his house needs to be accessible. And this is where our Rotary Magic-making must begin. Please help us reach our goal of $40,000!
Talbot. Donate here.
Hello David and Candice,
Hope you are fine and got home well. Thank you for the mobility aids which improved the mobility of those with mobility disability. Thanks for the dresses too which clothed naked children, some of whom you will never meet in life.
Your service put a smile on people's faces.
The African lunch was good and thank you because I don't take sharing a meal as a very light moment in life.
Wish you well and God bless you as you continue to bring hope and a smile to people's lives.
Regards from Rotary Club of Jinja. In the same spirit greetings to Rotarians of your club and your family members.
Just returned from our distribution trip in Uganda and received this note of thanks from someone we recently helped.
Hello Mr. Talbot this is A.C.R. from Gulu Uganda. On Behalf of persons with disabilities in Gulu district thank you very much for supporting us with the crutches. Please convey our appreciation to Crutches 4 Africa.
Convey our greetings to your colleagues, wife and other family members. We hope to see you again.
I wish you God's blessings and good health in your work.
Catch up with our collection, shipping, and fund-raising activities. Read November's newsletter.
Watch TV news coverage of volunteers loading a shipping container with donated mobility devices in Maine.
This past spring The Rotary clubs of Borger, Dalhart & Dumas Texas invited David and Candice Talbot to come and share their vision about Crutches4Africa. Soon they commenced their collections. Reaching out to their communities through schools and places of worship, they collected over 1,000 pieces of equipment! Thanks to Larry (a firefighter) and Jim for driving this trailer load up from Texas! We unloaded the mobility devices into the AFW warehouse yesterday.