Without mobility, millions of disabled people in the developing world are being left behind. But the right wheelchair can save a life.
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  • 70m people worldwide need a wheelchair

  • 80% disabled people in developing countries live in poverty

  • 90% disabled children in the developing world do not go to school

Help children like Amanthi get to school

Provide children like Amanthi with transformative wheelchairs so they can access vital education.

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Author: Anna-Kate Taylor

Target amount: £10,000.00

Amount raised: £200.00

Fundraise

Super Hero Triathlon

It’s big. It’s bold. It’s gutsy. It’s the UK’s one and only disability sports series for the Everyday Superhero!

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Author: Tony Goring

Location: Dorney Lake,Windsor,

Competition: Name our latest wheelchair

This brand new design is the latest in our range of wheelchairs for adults, children and sports… but what shall we call it?

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Author: Anna-Kate Taylor

Enabling job seekers in Kenya

Our new project in Kenya will help those seeking employment to work their way out of poverty for good.

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Author: Anna-Kate Taylor

Our stories

  • Hari, Nepal

    Hari's wheelchair means he can vote again, and have a say in the future of his country. Read more

  • Jereld, Uganda

    With the help of his Moti Go wheelchair, Jereld can get outside and see the sun. Read more

  • Deo, Tanzania

    Motivation training helped Deo's parents understand his condition and stand up for his rights. Read more