Response for urgently needed crutches for NRH patients
Like so often in past years, the Chairman and Board of the Solomon Forest Association (SFA has, today, responded to the appeal for crutches for NRH patients, past and present, that have had leg amputations and require walking aids.
The SFA confirms it will begin sourcing adequate supplies of crutches overseas and looking into their means of delivery.
A further statement can be expected soon.
The SFA several times paid the freight charges in having hospital equipment and medical supplies delivered to the NRH from my partner charity, ‘Take My Hands.’ based in Auckland, New Zealand; monies amounted to a considerable sum over a period of several years.
The SFA also paid the freight for the delivery from ‘Take My Hands’ of 90 or more boxes of clothing and footwear for the many orphans and widows in the care the Hearts of Hope Charity, founded in Malaita.
I personally express my profound gratitude to the SFA for the generous charitable assistance given in the past and for once more offering to help the NRH, this time with the shortages of walking aids.