(San Juan Capistrano, California &ndash April 8, 2008) ShoutLife.com &ndash a leading social networking website that offers free profiles in a family-safe community environment &ndash has partnered with young philanthropist, Nicolai Calabria (age 13,) to help him impact the world by delivering wheelchairs through Free Wheelchair Mission to those in need.&nbsp&nbsp

Nicolai Calabria, born without a leg giving him a true understanding of the need for those with a disability, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa, reaching the summit in September 2007. In the process, he raised over $100,000 for Free Wheelchair Mission . His story has been featured by The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the NBA, Good Morning America, the Boston Globe, and the Smithsonian Magazine.

ShoutLife.com, part of the FrontGate&reg Media family, has partnered with Nicolai to feature his story and build awareness throughout their social networking community at ShoutLife.com.&nbsp Nicolai has established a goal of raising $110,000 through his ShoutLife Friends to impact another 2,000 disabled people around the world.&nbsp

&ldquoThis is so simple. Wheelchairs. People who need them. $50. A life radically changed. It&rsquos not a question of &lsquoif.&rsquo It&rsquos a question of &lsquohow many?&rsquo&rdquo says Scott A. Shuford, Founder of FrontGate Media. &ldquoWhen I heard Nicolai&rsquos courageous story, I immediately wanted to help him. I think the same will be true for each ShoutLife community member.&rdquo

&ldquoWe&rsquore excited to see the ShoutLife community rally around our very tangible social cause.&rdquo says Brett Trowbridge, Executive Director of Free Wheelchair Mission. &ldquoThis community has ability to spread the word and ultimately, will put wheelchairs directly in the hands of people who have an excruciatingly real need that we have the ability to solve.&rdquo

In the summer of 2007, Nicolai Calabria prepared to celebrate his thirteenth birthday with an offer from his father to take him anywhere in the word on a &ldquocoming of age adventure&rdquo. Nicolai might have chosen a relaxing place to have fun as many teenagers do — instead he chose something that would be much more memorable, life changing and the beginning of a whole new type of adventure.&nbsp Inspired by the documentary Emmanuel&rsquos Gift, Nicolai chose to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa &ndash the tallest free-standing mountain rise in the world and highest peak in Africa at 19,340 feet high &ndash and turn his adventure into a way of supporting the disabled community of Tanzania. Free Wheelchair Mission, a nonprofit agency highlighted in the documentary, provides free wheelchairs to the disabled poor in developing countries all over the world.

To learn more about Nicolai and his fund raising efforts, please visit his ShoutLife web site at http://www.shoutlife.com/nicolai.&nbsp

About ShoutLife &amp FrontGate&reg Media

Founded in 2002, FrontGate Media is one of the largest faith-based media families reaching more than 2,000,000 subscribers and members through emedia, events and print.&nbsp ShoutLife.com launched in December 2006 as a family and faith-friendly, free social networking site, creating a safe and clean online social community through free access to social networking and community building tools such as profile creation &amp customization, blogging, unlimited pictures, group participation, private messaging and more.&nbsp Additional information about ShoutLife or FrontGate Media can be found online at www.ShoutLife.com or www.FrontGateMedia.com or by calling 949-429-1000.

About Free Wheelchair Mission

Established in April 2001, Free Wheelchair Mission is a faith-based, non-profit organization based in Orange County, California &ndash the mission of Free Wheelchair Mission is to &ldquoTransform lives through the gift of mobility to the physically disabled poor in developing countries as motivated by Jesus Christ.&rdquo Its vision is to &ldquoCreatively partner with like-minded international humanitarian and indigenous organizations to place 20 million wheelchairs.&rdquo&nbsp Currently, Free Wheelchair Mission has delivered more than 300,000 wheelchairs in over 75 countries throughout the world. For more information visit, www.FreeWheelchairMission.org or call 1-800-733-0858.