Supporting disabled talent

Jesse

Envirofluid is proud to support the amazingly talented illustrator, Jesse.

Jesse was born in NZ in the year 2000 with no arms or legs, and has been in a wheelchair his whole life – but a lack of limbs wasn’t about to hold him back. Using only his mouth Jesse, now 16, has become a successful commercial illustrator! What’s even more amazing is he now holds a learner’s permit and plans to develop his own self-drive vehicle. We have no doubt he’ll be successful.

To help Jesse achieve his goals we order hundreds of his beautifully drawn calendars each year and distribute them to our customers.

He is an inspiration to all of us here and we look forward to continuing our support in the future.

 

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