Help Henry Run
Meet Henry Wanyoike. His story begins in Kenya - where he was being groomed to join an elite team of runners. But in 1995, he had a stroke that left him blind.
Rather than surrendering to his condition, Henry entered a program for the blind, supported by Christian Blind Mission International (CBMI). There he received enough support and training to help him become self-sufficient, without his sight.
What's more, Henry began to run again. With the help of a guide runner, he quickly established himself as a world-class non-sighted runner, earning a spot on the Kenyan national squad in the 2000 Sydney Paralympics.
Now Henry is running again - this time to raise awareness and support for a cause dear to his heart the Christian Blind Mission International's (CBMI) 100,000 Miracles campaign.
The 100,000 Miracles Campaign seeks to help the 17 million people who are blind because of cataracts. Eighty-five percent of these people live with blindness because they can't afford the simple operation to help them see again. CBMI's goal is to see 100,000 cataract surgeries performed in 100 days.
You can help Henry set a new world record for visually impaired runners and raise awareness about CBMI's 100,000 Miracles campaign.
Sign below with a message of your choice to support Henry in this courageous effort! Your name and comment will be delivered directly to Henry through CBMI.
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I support you in your courageous effort to raise money and awareness for the blind community. Best of luck this November!
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