Mohammad Sayed supports Project XLability

May 19, 2017

Project XLability


Sport can change lives, especially for people with disability in developing countries like India and Cambodia, where accessibility issues and social stigma can make it impossible for many disabled people to even leave the house.

For them, sport liberates and even saves lives.

Together we can make a difference.

Fresque XLability

With the #Soulcial Trust, we have launched a 3 year sports exchange programme between Cambodia, India and France that will help empower disabled people and help them to teach and empower others.

Please visit our crowdfunding campaign page for more information on the project and support the project here!

With the donations to our crowdfunding campaign and the donations made directly via our website we have already reached 70% of our crowdfunding objective, which is almost 18% of our overall budget for the first year of the exchange!

We need you! Please keep on donating and sharing the word.

And Mohammad Sayed, author of the “Wheelchair Man” comic book has sent us a message of support for Project XLability!

If you want to learn more about Mohammad Sayed, its work and the cause he is defending, go check his full video and his website!