U.S. Battery Donates To Help Bonyo's Kenya Mission

U.S. Battery Donation To Bonyo's Kenya Mission, Helps Provide Treatment For Villagers In Masara, Kenya

Corona, CA – U.S. Battery made a charitable donation to Bonyo's Kenya Mission to help provide basic health care for villagers living in Masara, Kenya. The BKM is a non-profit organization that has teamed up with a six member group called the Asante Team to provide free health care services through the Mama Pilista Memorial Health Center in Masara, Kenya. The Asante Team helps organize and fundraise for the long term medical missions to Kenya that the team takes each year.


The Asante Team has been able to treat over 1000 patients, deliver nine healthy babies, assist with the clinic's vaccination program, and provide treatment for those who couldn't otherwise afford basic health care. "Last year the team traveled for a two month stay at the clinic from mid-May to mid-July, and U.S. Battery donated for that trip," says Bill Wallace President of the Asante Team. Donations have also made it possible for The Mama Pilista Memorial Health Center and B.K.M. to have nurses, a lab technician, and a physician's assistant living in the clinic 24/7.

U.S. Battery is the leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries that are all manufactured in the U.S.A. and distributed worldwide. For more information, contact U.S. Battery 1675 Sampson Ave. Corona, CA 92879. (800) 695-0945. Visit http://www.usbattery.com.

About Bonyo's Kenya Mission:
The Bonyo's Kenya Mission was founded in 1996 by Dr. Bonyo Bonyo, who was born and raised in Masara, Kenya, and a group of concerned health care providers from Akron, Ohio. In 2006 Dr. Bonyo achieved a goal by building this clinic for the people in his village. Bonyo's goals are to continue to care for his people, and to have the clinic open year round for doctor's around the world to come donate their services.

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