He is an amputee yet he is not even concerned about himself instead, he is working on raising funds for the needy amputees….now tell me why you think you have it worse

Steyn, 29, the founder of the Paul Steyn Foundation, stepped up to the personal challenge in which he travelled to towns such as Keimoes and Okiep, sleeping in hotels and even camping on the side of the road when there were no lodges.

His endeavour saw him raise enough money, through corporate sponsorships and donations from the public, to help six amputees.

One prosthesis can cost between R60 000 and R100 000.

“But my dream is to raise enough money to start a mobile workshop which can go to various towns to help needy people get access to prostheses,” he explained.

‘There is no such thing as a disability’




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