Tags » Free Wheelchair Mission

Quilting for Mobility

In Albuquerque, New Mexico, a group of women from Christ the Ray of Hope Lutheran Church sew hundreds of quilts for people in need. Throughout the year, these women donate quilts to homeless shelters, the VA hospital, and to police officers and fire fighters who give the quilts to children and adults who need them. 203 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission

The Happiest Person You Could Meet

Kelly is one of the happiest people you could ever meet. Her vibrant spirit fills her family’s modest home with life and love. She is always full of joy – constantly cracking jokes and laughing. 181 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission

Mobility Opens Doors

Odett is from Santa Cruz, Costa Rica. She was born with Cerebral Palsy, making it very difficult for her to move on her own. Unlike many people with disabilities in the developing world, Odett did have access to a borrowed wheelchair, but that wheelchair was very old and not very useful. 198 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission


This post could have been dubbed “MIA,” but that’s already been done. I have indeed been MIA from blogging, but not from writing. Below is a personal essay I submitted to the final round of the Yeah Write Super Challenge, which, to my astonishment, earned first place. 1,035 more words


Freedom from Depression

Inocente is 60 years old and has dedicated his whole life to working in agriculture. Sadly, he has not been able to work for the past year. 250 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission

Hope and Transformation

Mrs. Tria has known great tragedy and major adversity in her 88 years. She lives with her son and his family in central Vietnam, because her husband died in the war in 1968 and she never remarried. 307 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission

Regaining Mobility

As an orphan, Francine never really had anyone to care for her properly. An illness in the 6th grade resulted in her losing strength in both her legs. 212 more words

Free Wheelchair Mission