PET International



Mini-Newsletter 3.3 January 2014

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Second DOVE Fund PET distribution begun in Vietnam

The photos are of Mike and Sherry Breuker from PET Holland, Michigan. Mike is a Vietnam Vet and this is his first trip back. He was great to have with us on the PET distribution. Having a great time delivering PET carts in Vinh Linh, Vietnam for the DOVE Fund.

Fred Grimm


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"RecognizeGood is proud to include Tom Perkins in our Legends Class of 2013. Leading fundraising activities for the Rotary Club of Northwest Austin, Tom's dedication has resulted in more than one million dollars being raised through the club since 1996. In support of Tom and his selected nonprofit, PET Austin, we encourage you to say "thank you" by casting your vote daily from January 2 through January 26." 

Details at Say Thanks Campaign 2014 - Team Perkins.



PET carts change many lives in Malawi

2013 has also seen PET Zambia changing 50 lives of disabled people in Malawi just as it was in 2012. We thank the Lord for this wonderful ministry. Going across Malawi, disabled people coming to our organization Kuthandiza Osayenda Disability Outreach (KODO) looking for mobility.



The boy in photo on left dropped out of school because of no mobility, a new PET cart was given to him as seen in right photo -- quickly he said to me, "I will now start school despite my age." He is now 20 years old and he left school at 10.

God bless you my dear brothers

In His service




PET cart sighted in Kathmandu, Nepal


Recently Dr. Dale Dykema and wife Cathy Morgan attended the Lions International 2013 ISSAME conference in Nepal to exhibit and raise awareness for PET International.

While in Kathmandu, they happened to see a 2009 PET cart recipient who is still using his PET cart in the streets to sell newspapers.



PET cart story & photo from Guatemala

20131212_155003Thank you so much for the PET vehicles! This is Mynor. He and his sister Griselda both were sharing a child's PET. Now they can play together. Their mother said that she was so thankful and told us how the other PET vehicle was increasing their strength and coordination. What a blessing to play such a small part in this blessing! Thank you!

From Guatemala - Thought you wanted to see the picture and the story.

Rev. Ronald T. Davidson
President and COO
Gleaning for the World, Inc.