VI children deserve to live a life without limits!
Souleyman is a visually impaired Para-athlete runner from Kingston who is challenging himself to run blindfolded for Royal Society for Blind Children because “VI children deserve to live a life without limits.”
My name is Souleyman Bah and I am a VI Para-athlete. Since birth I have been battling Retinitis Pigmantosa, a condition which affects my retina’s ability to respond to light.
From the age of 15 I have had the pleasure of taking part in some of the services that the RSBC provide for vision impaired young people. Since then, my success on and off the track has grown and grown.
I am taking on the10K Blindfold Run to support other young people with similar conditions.
If you would like to donate Souleyman then please either feel free to pop in your money to the KCIL office, or if preferred, you can send a cheque to us making it payable to KCIL limited.
You can also donate through the link which is https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/souleyman-bah
You can also send a cheque to: Kingston Centre For Independent Living, 31-35 High St, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 1L
We have until Friday the 1st of December to send off the final cheque from us all at Kingston VI Parliament.
by Sophie Camara, Kingston VI Parliament Coordinator