Longview ISD school becomes ‘flagship’ for world charity

Monday, February 6, 2012 - 10:44am

J.L. Everhart Elementary School and its students have become the first school in the world to join with an international organization dedicated to easing human suffering for amputees in developing countries.


“We want you to help them,” said Trevor Bergman, director of administrative operations of LIMBS International. “If they can walk, if they don’t have to use crutches, then they can have a new lease on life.”
Students at the Longview ISD campus will be raising money for LIMBS International, a nonprofit organization that provides low-cost, durable prosthetics.

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