Lowest Highest Foundation
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Backing this mission will mean the world to those we help.
Lowest Highest Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit. If you choose to donate, please include your address and we will send you a written acknowledgement of your gift.
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Lowest Highest Foundation
2250 Sand Hill Rd - Suite 150
Menlo Park, CA 94025
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*Our federal tax-exempt application has been approved, We are an official 501(3)(c) nonprofit!
About the Foundation
You can help us do a lot more than explore.
The 3 of us have adventured the world and witnessed the bleak difference between what it means to have a disability where you have optimism, hope, and societal support, versus what it looks like when you don't.
This is why we created the Lowest Highest Foundation.
Mohamed Lahna grew up in Morocco. Born with a birth defect, his life took a fortuitous turn for the better when he got to meet a paralympic swimmer at a young age. It opened up his eyes to the possibillities - he too could do amazing things.
André Kajlich woke up in a hospital bed after a 3 week coma to find himself and his life forever changed. It was the stories of other amputees, those that lost a leg but overcame to do incredible things, that gave him hope that he too could have a great life.
Lucas Onan, has worked with adaptive programs in Vail, CO and Jackson, WY. He's a ski instructor and volunteer at programs paying it forward, grateful for all of the role models and support that he's received all throughout his journey.
Lowest Highest Foundation exists to promote fair treatment of disabled people throughout the world. We will support the civil and human rights of disabled individuals by raising awareness of the challenges faced by people with disabilities, particularly in parts of the world where disabled people are marginalized. We'll also support financially needy individuals by providing adaptive equipment, such as wheelchairs, to enable disabled individuals greater access to their communities.
We create films to inspire others, to be positive role models, share stories about other amazing individuals, and to expose them to what is possible with the hope that they can live their most amazing life.
Lowest Highest Foundation participates in community events to support programs for disabled individuals and and will promote and support organizations that provide education, activities, and opportunity, particularly in parts of the world where disabled people are marginalized.
We also plan to engage in nonpartisan research, study, and analysis, as well as administrative policy and to promote fair treatment of people with disabilities by holding educational and outreach events.
In addition we will provide adaptive equipment to disabled people so they can fully integrate into the communities where they live and work.