To raise the poor (with disabilities) from the dust and give them
a place of physical dignity,
spiritual restoration and
capability in Christ. —Psalm 113:7&8 | Phillippians
4:13 | Titus 3:4&5
To establish centers for wheelchair repairs in developing nations as places of ongoing ministry to the disabled.
We desire to train up persons with disabilities to repair and distribute the wheelchairs with help from
local churches and charities. We are currently establishing such centers
in Honduras and Bolivia, and partnering with established centers in Thailand.
used and discarded durable medical equipment; wheelchairs, walkers,
bedside commodes, canes, etc. Wheelchair donations are vital to our mission and are encouraged. See our "donate" page for more information.
or recycle the medical equipment we receive.
the refurbished wheelchairs and mobility equipment to the needy by collaborating with established
agencies or NGOs who share a similar statement of faith and equipping vision
for the country, and who will assess each persons needs. Along with
the equipment and wheelchair distribution, we or the in-country agency also provide home health care instruction
and Christian ministry.
continuing ministry within the country through partnering agencies,
- or form an overseas chapter to set up a repair shop for mobility equipment and wheelchair reconditioning and repairs, preferably run
by persons with disabilities. Help the local churches within the country
grow in their outreach and ministry to the disabled.
Americans in churches and civic groups about the physical and spiritual
condition of the disabled in developing nations throughout the world, even as we seek wheelchair donations and other durable medical equipment for those in need.
- Maintain accountability through
local churches and membership with TECH (Technical Exchange for
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