When dreams come true in the clouds
A few days ago, and after two months from the date of the intervention, it was time to travel to Bogotá from his hometown for the monitoring appointment provided to remove his casts at the FCI. He was very excited. His face was one smile. He traveled with his mother, Norma. With no casts, with two splints, and full of gratitude, he left the doctor’s office with joy. «I feel happy. I was a little nervous. I thank FUN, Carolina (Rubio) and Esteban. God bless you. I’am finally going to achieve my big dream of being able to walk and move forward in life”, says Johanny, who loves crafts, painting and listening to music.
Currently, the Air Patrol is working with the President of Colombia by transporting samples of Covid- 19 from different parts of Colombia. It has 400 volunteer health professionals. «Although we are dedicated to health brigades and do not necessarily work by mobilizing people, we saw that we could help in a different way. When I heard about the case, I presented it to the board and we decided to help to contribute that grain of sand, «said Álvaro Sánchez, one of the organization’s 70 volunteer pilots, and a true cycling fan.
With Samuel, his parents Clara Molina y John Alexander Caicedo, his sister Sara Ximena and his brother John Felipe.
From FUN, we want to thank all those who support this cause. Thanks to the donors for their support! Together we are a great team. Esteban Chaves, the leader of this project, is convinced of the power that exists when we are united and push towards the same side. «At FUN we are committed to Colombia’s children and youth. For stories like Johanny and Samuel, and all the children who have benefited, this is worth it. We invite you to multiply more smiles. To change lives, «said the Michelton- Scott professional cyclist. Since 2018, 32 boys from Pasto, Casanare, Bogotá, Caquetá and La Guajira have been operated.