We are helping children living in poverty and malnourishment in very poor countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. They are at extreme risk of getting a very difficult disease such as Cerebral Palsy (CP). 

Partnering with our sister organization, Desert Seed Foundation, on the ground in Uganda and through your generous donations we have been able to provide our third set of special adaptive equipment for 12 more vulnerable children  in and around Soroti District in east-central UGANDA in East Africa. Along with the equipment, we also provided 12 food packages as well to the families. we have been able to serve the following 12 families. 

In addition to these 12, we have also provided a CP chair for Shanitah in the Hoima area of Uganda in a small village called Kizirafumbi. We have also provided a larger wheelchair for Philip Otieno in Kenya. He outgrew the smaller one we had given him.

His little brother can use the small one when he needs to. Both Philip and his little brother Wayne suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.


(Caption shows: Name – Age – Village, Town, District, Country, Condition)


Counting the first 12 CP Chairs and the second set of 12 that we gave away, and also counting the 17 wheelchairs and 1 additional wheelchair and 1 other pediatric walker that we were able to give away, our TOTAL of special equipment that we have given away so far as an organization is 57 so far. FIFTY-SEVEN!

We only started as an organization 2.5 years ago on October 17, 2018. Great job everyone! Praise the Lord! 🎉 🎉 🎉

By Tim Gillen

I'm a born-again christian, sold out to serving the needs of the less fortunate and in Sub-Saharan Africa. I founded The Everett and Austin Project in October 2018 to honor my 2 boys posthumously by helping people living in poverty going thru Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare diseases. My sons each died of Duchenne, Austin in 2012 at age 16 and Everett in 2017 at age 22.

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