Retirees' "PET" project gives lifelin...

Retirees' "PET" project gives lifeline to disabled

There are 2 comments on the CBS News story from Dec 27, 2012, titled Retirees' "PET" project gives lifeline to disabled. In it, CBS News reports that:

PETs, short for Personal Energy Transportation, are hand-powered tricycle wagons designed for the disabled in the developing world.

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Paul Witt

South San Francisco, CA

#1 Dec 27, 2012
We saw the story about PET on CBS that was a great story and a blessing to many who recieve transportation. Thanks to your efforts to help the needy.
Brenda Coates

Athens, PA

#2 Dec 27, 2012
Watched the article about all you retirees making the carts for disabled people in areas where needed. I was wondering where you get your supplies from to make the carts. Do people send you money or nearby businesses donate supplies? This really touched my heart and I wanted to know more. Bless you all for your willingness to use your talents to bless to others. Brenda

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