Reena Agarwal Receives Gold Badge from Legs4Africa: A Tribute to Her Commitment and Passion

February 21, 2023

Reena Agarwal, one of the trustees of Legs4Africa, has recently been awarded a gold badge in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the organization. This achievement serves as a testament to Reena’s passion and unwavering commitment to making a difference in the lives of those in need.

Legs4Africa is a charity that provides life-changing mobility aids, such as prosthetic legs and wheelchairs, to those in Africa who are struggling with poverty and disability. The organization works tirelessly to break down the barriers of poverty and disability by providing mobility aids to those who need them most, giving them a chance to regain their independence and improve their quality of life.

Reena has been involved with Legs4Africa for several years, dedicating her time and resources to the organization’s mission. Her compassion and drive have been a constant source of inspiration to those around her, and her tireless efforts have had a significant impact on the lives of those in need.

This is so kind, I am going to wear this golden badge with pride! I’ve had a great couple of years and I have personally and professionally learnt so much thanks to being involved with this special charity. A big heartfelt thank you from me and hopefully our paths with cross again soon!

Reena Agarwal

In recognition of her exceptional contributions, Reena was awarded a gold badge from Legs4Africa, making her one of the organization’s most highly-regarded supporters. The award serves as a symbol of Reena’s unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the world, and a tribute to the impact that one person can make when they dedicate themselves to a cause they believe in.

We offer our sincerest congratulations to Reena on this well-deserved recognition, and we look forward to seeing the many great things she will accomplish in the future.


About the author

Name: Tom Williams

My passion? Ensuring no prosthetic leg goes unused. I’m dedicated to collecting, refurbishing, and sending these vital pieces of technology to our partners in Africa, where they make a world of difference. When I’m not immersed in this mission at STAND, I’m often found outdoors, embracing nature. I love long walks in any season, camping under the stars, and enjoying the serenity of the great outdoors. My evenings often involve a unique hobby – maintaining and repairing old pinball machines. This blend of precision and nostalgia keeps me engaged and always learning. This fusion of dedication to my work and my love for nature and tinkering drives me every day, both at STAND and beyond.

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