The Breadtags for Wheelchairs Project has been one of QASA’s projects for the past few years. This project has seen individuals, schools, companies, religious and social groups collect tonnes of bread tags for QASA to help raise funding for assistive devices for QASA members.
QASA is now encouraging more participation in order for it to obtain even more assistive devices for its members. Schools, businesses, individuals and organisation are challenged to collect bread tags for QASA. Sue Martin will act as QASA’s office spokesperson for the project.
Born in England, Sue grew up in Johannesburg and moved to KwaZulu-Natal in 2011. She spent most of her career in IT. Her biggest hobby was sport and she looked forward to an early retirement to travel the world with her fiancé.
However, her life changed in July 2015 and she had to follow a new path. She is excited to share her story and her enthusiasm for the Breadtags Project across Durban. If you would like Sue to visit your school, company, religious or social group, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact QASA at 031 767 0348.
Ari Seirlis is the CEO of the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) and managing editor of Rolling Inspiration. email: email@example.com