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When London was awarded the Olympic Games for one athletic coach it was the start of a journey that made him more aware of the problems for the disabled in other countries and an overriding desire to help where ever possible.  Once the games were finished Malcolm took the decision that he was not going to forget his new friends for the third world and took the decision to help where ever he could in developing sporting opportunities and supplying equipment to the nations that required that little bit extra piece of help and during the intervening 4 years he has sent equipment and provided coaching support to a number of the teams that he met in London. Malcolm is now setting up his charity the “Inova disability sport foundation” which will formulise all the work he has taken over a number of years, the aim of the foundation will be to continue his support for less well-off countries and to support the disabled within the UK with equipment for training and competition costs, it is hoped that all Malcolm and two of his athletes will be visiting a rehab centre for spinal injuries during the coming weeks to highlight sport is available to all and to help in developing sporting opportunities. One thing keeps coming in to the mind of Malcolm and that is thinking of all the many third world people that cannot afford a wheelchair and Malcolm has started to raise funds for the foundation set up by his friend Anne Wafula Strike MBE “The Olympia Wafula Foundation “which has a program to buy special wheelchairs designed for the rough conditions in Africa, the aim is to eventually send 1000 chairs to Africa to help those in most need.
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When London was awarded the Olympic Games for one athletic coach it was the start of a journey that made him more aware of the problems for the disabled in other countries and an overriding desire to help where ever possible.  Once the games were finished Malcolm took the decision that he was not going to forget his new friends for the third world and took the decision to help where ever he could in developing sporting opportunities and supplying equipment to the nations that required that little bit extra piece of help and during the intervening 4 years he has sent equipment and provided coaching support to a number of the teams that he met in London. Malcolm is now setting up his charity the “Inova disability sport foundation” which will formulise all the work he has taken over a number of years, the aim of the foundation will be to continue his support for less well-off countries and to support the disabled within the UK with equipment for training and competition costs, it is hoped that all Malcolm and two of his athletes will be visiting a rehab centre for spinal injuries during the coming weeks to highlight sport is available to all and to help in developing sporting opportunities. One thing keeps coming in to the mind of Malcolm and that is thinking of all the many third world people that cannot afford a wheelchair and Malcolm has started to raise funds for the foundation set up by his friend Anne Wafula Strike MBE “The Olympia Wafula Foundation “which has a program to buy special wheelchairs designed for the rough conditions in Africa, the aim is to eventually send 1000 chairs to Africa to help those in most need.