A Wounded Warrior
“My Wife Will Love Me Now!”
(Click on the picture to see the video!)
Note from Tony: My Pepsi Challenge to you: If you watch Huong’s 15 second video and don’t like it, I’ll buy you a Pepsi (or Coke) the next time we’re together!)
Huong fought in the army and was injured in battle years ago. That injury left him unable to walk unassisted. He walks today only with the help of his devoted, 70 year old wife, Dung.
During their lives, Huong worried about the burden that his disability caused Dung. He says: “I always wanted to release the burden off her.”
Huong never owned a wheelchair or walking aid – only Dung’s helping hand.
Hope came to Huong and Dung’s hearts when Orphan Voice delivered a shipment of PET (personal energy transportation) carts to his village. We quickly qualified Huong to receive a PET cart. It was an exciting day! After training, Huong was “off to the races.”
The results? See for yourself by clicking here. Wow! When you watch, you’ll see one happy guy! (Remember Tony’s Pepsi Challenge!)
Huong has gained control over his life and feels more independent. Before receiving his PET cart, he was largely immobile; now, he rides daily to neighbors’ houses to visit. He will even use his newfound mobility to make some extra money!
Dung says: “Thank you, Orphan Voice, for giving my husband the cart. Without your help, he would never have had this precious gift!”
Huong simply says: “I will remember Orphan Voice’s help forever.”
Orphan Voice is heavily invested in caring for the needs of those with special needs: at the Phu NInh Therapy Center; at New Beginnings School for the Deaf; with PET cart distributions; and by cleft lip and palate corrective surgeries. With your help, we will reach even more. Want to be a part?
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It Was Me
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Recently Orphan Voice partnered with Danang International Fellowship to visit patients at a local cancer hospital. Medical care being less developed in Vietnam than in the United States, many of these patients have little hope. Take a moment to see how reaching out to others brings hope and powerfully affects lives – even with a language barrier! (Click below)