Our Mission

Providing the transforming gift of mobility to
people with a disability living in developing nations,
as motivated by Jesus Christ.


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Donor Testimonials

“I saw how wheelchair recipients found light, freedom, and joy, to know that as human beings, they matter and are loved.”

~ Kathy from California

“To the able-bodied observer, my wheelchair may represent adversity, their eyes perceiving only loss. but my wheelchair does not imprison me; it empowers me. For this reason, I choose to support Free Wheelchair Mission and their work to give the gift of mobility to those in need. Everyone deserves to enjoy such freedom.”

~ Ashley from Indiana

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After surviving twin hurricanes and battling severe health issues, Neysi Briton, a 34-year-old single mom of three, has found new hope. Neysi was often found helpless and in tears, due to her family's poverty and chronic pain. Thanks to generous supporters, her life has taken a turn for the better. She received a wheelchair that fit her needs perfectly, allowing her the freedom to move and even seek medical help miles away, pushed by her brave eight-year-old daughter.The kindness of those around her continues to lift her spirits and health. Neysi is now slowly regaining her strength and hopes to walk again, grateful for every bit of help and love received.You can help empower more people like Neysi by supporting the Move for Mobility, which runs through May 31. Donate now at give.freewheelchairmission.org/give/551741/#!/donation/checkout#MoveforMobility2024 #MoveForMobility #mfm2024 #TeamMobility ... See MoreSee Less
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This month, our Mobilizers sent 520 wheelchairs to...Nepal!Since 2006, we have shipped 6,776 wheelchairs to the country.The WHO World Report on Disability 2011 estimates that up to 21% of people in Nepal are living with disabilities.Without mobility, individuals living with disabilities in Nepal, which sits at the base of the Himalayas, often need to be carried.Interested in joining Mobilize, our monthly recurring giving program? Visit www.freewheelchairmission.org/mobilize/ to learn more!#mobilizemonthly #Mobilizers #monthlygiving #RecurringGiving ... See MoreSee Less
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We just hit the halfway point of Move for Mobility!There's still time to get involved. Here's how:Visit our website and support a fundraising individual or team of your choice. We have hundreds to choose from, ranging from those fishing to kayaking to running 100 miles!You can find them at give.freewheelchairmission.org/campaign/2024-move-for-mobility-free-wheelchair-mission/c551741#MoveforMobility2024 #MoveForMobility #mfm2024 ... See MoreSee Less
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🎉 Help us congratulate our Employee of the Quarter! 🎉Kristin is our Digital Marketing Manager.She works to expand our audience, reaching new people across all of our digital marketing channels.Thank you, Kristin, for your incredible work, attention to detail, and dedication to the people that we serve. We are so blessed to have you!#GiftofMobility #wheelchairs #nonprofit #employeeofquarter #employeeappreciation #MobilityMatters ... See MoreSee Less
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Move for Mobility wasn't always a virtual event. It used to be a local event in Orange County, California—primarily tied to walking or running marathons.Now, Move for Mobility is completely customizable, meaning you can choose any activity and participate from anywhere!What started as a small, dedicated group of Movers has grown into hundreds of individuals joining in from all around the world.Would you join us in Moving for Mobility this month? Fundraising continues through June, so it's not too late to sign up for free or support an existing fundraiser!Visit MoveforMobility.org#MoveforMobility2024 #MoveForMobility #MFM #fwmhistory ... See MoreSee Less
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