The MobilityWorks Foundation Ford Raptor Mecum Auction event raised $250,000 to help veterans with their wheelchair accessible transportation needs.
$250,000 No Reserve for the 'Patriot' 2014 West Coast Customs designed 2014 Ford Raptor.
Alex Anderson of West Coast Customs with the Foundation’s Ford Raptor.
The MobilityWorks Foundation is a non-profit organization, which provides handicap accessible transportation to those in need. Whether one needs a lift installed in his mini-van, hand controls installed in her pick-up truck, or a new vehicle altogether, the MobilityWorks Foundation would like to help.
The MobilityWorks Foundation is a non-profit organization that will provide financial assistance and or equipment to selected individuals requiring adaptive vehicles or driving aids. The Foundation's goal is to make the world accessible for physically challenged individuals and families. The Foundation will provide financial assistance and or equipment to selected, qualified applicants requiring adaptive vehicles or driving aids. Its funding comes from four sources:
• Direct Donations
• Cars for Troops Visit CarsforTroops.com for details
• Opportunities Grants
Many Individuals and families require financial assistance with adaptive transportation equipment.
According to MobilityWorks, 50% of individuals looking to purchase adaptive transportation lack financial assistance. The MobilityWorks Foundation will assist in providing accessible transportation to selected, qualified applicants.
Cars for Troops
MobilityWorks recently launched its CarsforTroops.com car donation website.
We need volunteers!
You can help! The MobilityWorks Foundation is looking for volunteers to help set-up fund-raising events in communities throughout the US. If you are interested, contact us to see how you can contribute.
The following organization has been extremely supportive of our desire to help deserving individuals with their mobility needs.
Operation FINALLY HOME
The Gary Sinise Foundation
The David Lytle Memorial Foundation - Assisting Persons with Spinal Cord Injuries
"I didn't lose my ability to smile ... or my ability to have dreams. It just takes a different strategy" — Julia Rodes, Ms. Wheelchair South Carolina