The sky is the limit for ways you can support Free Wheelchair Mission!
To help you get started, check out some of the programs and tools already available for you to use to help lift lives around the world.
Great for: Any athlete - any sport - anywhere
Team Mobility invites athletes to compete for more than a medal. By adopting FWM as your charity of choice at your next swim, bike, run, or other sporting event, you can use your event to raise awareness of global disability as well as funds for wheelchairs.
Great for: Social supporters wanting to make a long-term impact
Holding a Global Gathering is the first step to getting people excited about FWM. Share your passion and connection to the cause, and help teach others about FWM and our mission. This event can be used as an "event in a box" fundraising event, or can be used as an evening of education.
Thirty Day Devotional
Great for: Churches (entire congregation)
This is a church resource that will help engage the hearts of your congregation in the cause of mobility. This 30-day devotional shares a global perspective on the dilemma of disability, giving you and your church the opportunity to pray for the disabled poor and their daily needs.
And away we go! Church Curriculum
Great for: Churches (youth groups & vacation bible school)
And away we go! is a five-day adaptable curriculum for VBS, Sunday mornings, or mid-week programs. Children will discover that when we love God, we will love our neighbors; when we truly love our neighbors, it expresses our love for God.
Change for Wheels
Great for: Elementary Schools
Change for Wheels is a campaign for elementary schools which inspires students to lift people in need into a wheelchair of their own. Students raise money, one wheel at a time. Students will gain and understanding of poverty and disability in the developing world and help to provide an innovative solution to this problem.
Great for: Secondary schools
2200 Wheels is a school wide campaign that inspires students to lift over five hundred people into a wheelchair of their very own. Students raise money, one wheel at a time. At only $15 a wheel, everyone can be a part of providing the transforming gift of mobility.
Students will gain an understanding of poverty and disability in the developing world and help to provide an innovative solution to this problem. Through their involvement, the students will be empowered to serve others and equipped to be responsible global citizens.