Who We Are

The American Wheelchair Mission is a non-profit organization with a goal to deliver brand new, free wheelchairs and mobility aids to physically disabled children, teens and adults throughout the world who are without mobility or the means to acquire a wheelchair. The American Wheelchair Mission will continue to change the lives of entire families with the gifts of hope, dignity, freedom and independence.




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24 10, 2016

Rotary District 6110 Newsletter 2016

29 07, 2016

Knights of Columbus Newsletter 2016

29 08, 2015

Rotary District 6110 Newsletter 2015

14 08, 2015

Knights of Columbus Newsletter 2015

3 08, 2014

Knights of Columbus Newsletter 2014

20 10, 2013

Rotary District 6110 Newsletter 2013

7 08, 2013

Knights of Columbus Newsletter 2013

13 06, 2013

Recent Trips

February 2013

Rotarians from Springdale, Arkansas and District 6110 traveled to Cancun, Mexico to deliver wheelchairs at the Teleton Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRIT), and conducted home visits to deliver wheelchairs to 35 recipients in and around the Cancun area. Each day was filled with tears of joy, warm embraces, and words of gratitude, that touched our hearts and has forever created lasting memories. Thank you Rotarians of Springdale, and District 6110 for making these life-changing gifts of mobility possible.


March 2013

Knights of Columbus and parishioners from Plano, Texas and Springdale, Arkansas hand delivered 280 wheelchairs, to kids at the Teleton Children’s Rehabilitation Center (CRIT) in Guanajuato, Mexico. All of the kids and their families received the visitors with open arms. Children wrote heartfelt letters of thanks and couldn’t wait to give hugs and kisses. The next day the Knights delivered wheelchairs to children’s homes who couldn’t make it to the CRIT center the day of the day before. Thank you to the Knights and parishioners from Plano and Springdale for helping us answer prayers and make dreams come true.


April 2013

The American Wheelchair Mission team and the California Knights of Columbus distributed 840 wheelchairs, 306 canes, 312 pairs of crutches, and 150 walkers to physically disabled residents of the Philippines. We went to 4 cities including the capital of Manila, as well as Bulacan, Naga City, and Davao City located on the island of Mindanao. Our distribution partners were the Compassionate Franciscan Sisters of the Poor in Manila, the Mendoza Family of Bulacan, and the Ateneo de Davao University. Thank you to all those who helped us grant the gift of mobility.

13 06, 2013

Knights of Columbus Newsletter 2012

13 06, 2013

Rotary 6110 Newsletter 2012