HISKIDS along with our GO Uganda team are covering many remote areas in need. We are helping as far away as Northern Uganda in education for orphans & mosquito net distribution.
The outbreak of malaria around the camps in Northern Uganda is overwhelming due to the population within the camps. The nets allow the children to sleep at night without getting attacked by disease-carrying insects. Killing the insects that land on the net makes the nets important to have. The nets are locally made in Uganda.
While in the US we want to bring a smile to special needs boys & girls of all ages when enjoying time in the water. The freedom that flotation can provide can't be put into words. That's why David wants to share his experience through HISKIDS.LIFE. Being able to float freely for the first time without a life vest was terrific for him, as a vest by itself would not work. Through David's experience, may you find the same joy that he and his mother, Michelle, have found with this new innovation in personal flotation.
David (who has never walked in his life) would like to share how a water activity helped him get relief from life in a wheelchair. Michelle (supervising) also enjoyed this new activity with her son David, as they played splash wars.
A multi-use personal flotation device Float'n Thang® gives users a new way to experience safely floating in the water. Helpful in reducing stress and pain by allowing unrestricted movement in the water. Most importantly keeping individuals above the water line is what is really important.
Emmy of GO HISKIDS Radio Outreach in Northern Uganda. The station has expanded its outreach over the last 20 months to over 1 million reachable audiences.
Disciple Making Movement (DMM) is changing lives and teaching others to do the same.
A new device helps David who is living with special needs that have prevented him from walking since birth.
David was born with multiple disabilities including Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy, Broncho-Pulmonary Dysplasia,
Hydrocephalus, and intellectual disability.
*Note: A percentage of each flotation sold goes to help HISKIDS promote water safety and share how individuals with special needs can be included in water fun activities.
Your support and contributions enables HISKids.Life to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission to get others enjoying floating, through product donations and special discounts. FloatnThang allocated floats for donations for those who struggle with disabilities.
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Customers enjoy having a flotation device, that is functional in and around water. It can be used by paddle boarders, and kayakers as an item holder and added safety. A device that can be tossed to someone in trouble can save a life.
The nets are locally made in Uganda. They allow 3 to 4 children to sleep under safely keeping the disease-carrying mosquitos out. The nets also mosquitos on contact. This greatly helps in reducing the rate of malaria.
We love helping with such amazing groups like Day on the Lake. Supporting outdoor fun activities for those who might otherwise never get to enjoy. Activities like water skiing, surfing and now fun floating.
We welcome aquatic centers and organizations that teach children swimming and water safety. Please contact us above for additional details on partnering with us. Let's keep our kids enjoying time spent in and around water. Floating makes individuals who struggle with a physical need benefit from zero gravity..
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A deeply concerning issue that plagues 1000’s of children in our Northern Uganda villages. Help us in sponsorship of 100’s of nets we distribute each year.
The mosquitoes infect 1000’s of individuals each year with the deadly malaria sickness.
Your donation of 25 dollars will purchase 2 nets which will allow 2 children to share while sleeping. Considering that extra gift as we never have enough nets.