The Prosthetic Hands for Children Project
On Saturday, October 22nd nineteen young adults from the three local high schools, Peninsula, Palos Verdes and Mary Star, met at the Palos Verdes on the Net (PVNet) Education & Technology Center in the Promenade Mall, Rolling Hills Estates and assembled ten prosthetic hands as a one day Kiwanis project. The students were all members of one of the Kiwanis on campus service clubs, the Key Club or the KIWINS.
The prosthetic hands will be donated to Enable Community Foundation who will than distribute the hands to needy children.
On Sunday January 22nd three Peninsula High Key Club members completed the refurbishment of ten children’s prosthetic hands at the PVNET Technology Center. The ten hands will be donated to the Enable Community Foundation. The Foundation distributed the hands both nationally and internationally to needy children. If you like to …