Lucky’s Feet Impacting Individuals Around the Globe!

December 28, 2022

A rotarian, Jacquelyn, was able to visit and read in Mokopane, South Africa to spread the word about clubfoot and HOPE!She read, with the assistance of a translator, Lucky’s Feet to over 200 children from the local village where Blessman Ministries hosts a feeding center. They loved the story, and shared with that they learned several things, including:

– It’s not the anyone’s fault when a child has a disability.

– We need to be kind to people with disabilities.

– We need to have compassion.

Furthermore, a board member was contacted and was able to connect resources at a local level! We are resource connectors in helping find practical treatment for children with clubfoot!


Here’s a video of Anne Oyoo sharing the impact of her project

August 25, 2022

Anne Oyoo, founder of Clubfoot Society Kenya, member of RAG4Clubfoot and RC World Disability Advocacy e-club completes a grant application for $1,550 in funding to purchase a sewing machine to sew shoes specially designed for adults living with clubfoot. Click here to watch a video.

Anne is also interested to create a sensitization campaign in Kenya to raise awareness about stigma associated with disability.