One More Step
Making the Impossible Possible
by Bonner Paddock & Neal Bascomb
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Our vision is to empower children with disabilities and their families to live life beyond limits.
Project Possible empowers those that need it most.
“The Team Jake therapy center at Faraja Primary School has made a world of difference in the lives of our students! Faraja is located in a rural area, and travel to rehabilitation facilities is expensive and time consuming. Having our own beautiful facility on campus means that our students receive more frequent therapy, which dramatically improves their mobility. And, perhaps most importantly, our Team Jake center makes our students feel loved. Several of our graduates have been so inspired by the care they received at Faraja that they are pursuing careers in health care. They want to be part of something bigger than themselves, and that is what Team Jake is all about.”
Team Jake Centers
Faraja Primary School for Children with Physical Disabilities stands proudly beneath majestic Mount Kilimanjaro.
AIC Kajiado (Kenya)
AIC Kajiado Child Care Centre was established by missionaries in 1979 for the purpose of feeding malnourished children.
Our Center here supports a vital need of care for disabled children in a poor area.
Fun Limon (Nicaragua)
The only center of its kind in the area dedicated to services exclusively for disabled children.
Adina (Lira, Uganda)
Our largest Project ever that will be completed late 2020 and operated by our partner Adina Foundation Uganda (AFU).
Center of Excellence (Orange, California, United States)
A 10,000 sq ft multi-purpose facility in partnership with CHOC Children’s.
We are committed to raising money to build “Early Learning” Centers that provide various types of therapies for children with disabilities.
“The children and families are thriving in our new Chapman Center. The architectural design and high tech equipment meet the needs of all patients and provide safe exploration for patients regardless of their disability.”
-Mollee Oh, CHOC