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Update on Wheelchair Donation Amounts

Our Mission

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

Give hope, freedom, and renewed dignity through the gift of a wheelchair.

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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

Our Impact

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178

Wheelchairs
Distributed Per Day

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1,253,804

Wheelchairs
Distributed To Date

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94

Countries Distributed
Wheelchairs Worldwide

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Exciting news!Cecilio (73) received a walker in the Dominican Republic. He will now be able to go outside of his small room to get fresh air and visit with his neighbors. People like Cecilio who are living with disabilities often need assistance beyond wheelchairs, including walkers, canes, and medical supplies.We are proud to provide these devices and supplies through our Mobility Beyond Wheelchairs program and our and Medical and Mobility Emergency Fund.For more information or to support this important part of our mission, visit:www.freewheelchairmission.org/emergency#freewheelchairmission #GiftofMobility #mobility #mobilityaid #giveback #dogood #nonprofit #charity #nonprofitorganization #humanitarian ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, we have a #FlashbackFriday story from three years ago.Meet Arnold!He is 11 years old and lives with his father Francisco, mother Tomasa, brothers Jose (17) and Kenneth (15), and sister Reyna (10) in a small wooden shack near the river banks in Honduras in Central America.Arnold was born with hydrocephalus and spina bifida which affect his mobility.His younger sister, Reyna, serves as Arnold's main caretaker. She bathes and dresses him, helps him move from his bed to a chair, and attends class with him at school. Arnold, Reyna, and their whole family were overjoyed when he received a brand-new wheelchair. Read what they had to say about this gift, along with more of their beautiful story, at: www.freewheelchairmission.org/friday-story/a-beautiful-work-of-love/.#freewheelchairmission #GiftofMobility #mobility #wheelchairs #nonprofit #humanitarian #charity #Honduras ... See MoreSee Less
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