Growing up in the world with Cerebral-Palsy is difficult with numerous amounts of complications. It's not easy to strive forward while feeling as if everyone is always looking down on you figuratively and literally.
My name is Angelika Phillip. I am 18 years old and my dream is to be a successful business woman. I would also like to help motivate others who like myself are born with Cerebral-palsy. I would like to encourage others, who feel limited by their physical conditions to know that their greatest potential, is in them realizing their own dreams and goals. I feel to be a successful and respected young business woman, I need to be at eye level with the rest of the world for the very first time in my life and to know what it feels like not to be looked down upon for my color, my gender, my age and of course physical appearances!!!
That being said, I've always wanted to a stand up Wheelchair but they are soooooo expensive and with Covid-19, people losing jobs, my parents struggling, it's just not feasible for them and I don't want to be a burden to them anymore. :(..
Please help me raise $48,000 by December 2020 to purchase my stand up wheelchair and to invest into my business brand that my dad created for me called "Pink Pineapple". From the proceeds I make from my business, my goal is to donate to foundations that help people like me suffering from CP.
$20K Stand up Wheelchair
$10k Develop and maintain a professional website.
$10 Create brand products
(Please Note: Any extra funds will be donated to helping other children and young adults like myself achieve their dreams!:)
I'm extremely grateful for you taking the time to read my story and possibly donating to mine and many others causes who suffer with Cerebral-palsy. Every dollar counts and is definitely appreciated!
Future Pink Pineapple CEO and Role-model for young people with CP!
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