Sharing the Gift of Mobility
In developing nations across the world, an estimated 100 million children and adults with disabilities have no access to a wheelchair. Many are too weak to stand. Or too heavy to carry. Countless individuals crawl or inch their bodies across the ground. Others remain isolated indoors.
Gratefully, their health solution is simple and cost-effective. Right at Home partners with the humanitarian nonprofit Free Wheelchair Mission to extend the gift of mobility to people with disabilities in nearly 95 countries.
Mission Trip Ambassadors
From October 30 - November 4, 2017, Right at Home Boston North joined the Free Wheelchair Mission on our first ‘Vision Trip’. We assisted with the building and distribution of wheelchairs in Costa Rica. We are delighted to have joined the FWM as ambassadors on this once in a lifetime experience.
Learn more about Free Wheelchair Mission.
How to Partner with Us
We are delighted for the opportunity to roll up our sleeves with Free Wheelchair Mission and to provide the gift of mobility directly to recipients one wheelchair at a time.
As ‘Vision Trip’ ambassadors, we embrace our role as servants and welcome the chance to serve to those in need. It is an experience that will change our perspectives on poverty, disability, humanity at large and even perspectives of ourselves. We believe through this ‘Vision Trip’ we will ultimately live out the mission of Right at Home, to improve the quality of life for those we serve.
Pictured to the right are CEO and Co-Owner of Right at Home Salem and Marblehead Rosaleen Doherty (left) and Owner of Right at Home Ocean County New Jersey Darlene Bosco (right).
For more information please contact Victoria Guskiewicz, Community Relations Coordinator for Right at Home Boston North at email@example.com.
Here’s how you can help deliver the gift of mobility around the planet:
- Join with Right at Home to assemble and give away wheelchairs in other countries.
- Rally with your local Right at Home team to raise funds for the millions of wheelchairs still needed.
Transforming Lives Together
From Albania to Zimbabwe and dozens of countries in between, Right at Home is teaming up with Free Wheelchair Mission to make mobility possible for millions of persons with disabilities.
- Children to aging adults are now mobile again, or for the first time ever.
- Every gift of $80 impacts and inspires families and communities as well.
- Together we will transform the lives of 1,212,000 people with disabilities by the end of 2020.
Left to right: Celeste Begley, Rosaleen Doherty, Victoria Guskiewicz