In 2010 UCP Wheels for Humanity provided Revi, a seven-year-old child with spina bifida, with a wheelchair. She started with one of our children’s wheelchairs that provided her with the support she needed to grow healthy and strong. Last year, we provided a new wheelchair to fit her growing body and meet the needs of her active lifestyle. Today, Revi is an independent young woman striving to get an education and lead an independent and productive life. She embodies why our work is so important, and Revi is just one among thousands of people we serve every year who will take the opportunity they have been given to become leaders and advocates on behalf of other people with disabilities in their communities.