Wheels for the World

Wheels for the World provides the gift of mobility and hope of the gospel to those affected by disability worldwide.

Providing the Gift of Mobility

People with limited mobility are tragically often excluded from life in their communities because they have no way of moving around. Receiving a wheelchair allows them to attend school and church, therefore becoming part of their communities and villages, changing their lives forever.

If you could change the life of a disabled child who is isolated and overlooked, would you do it? Each wheelchair costs just $150 to send! Joni and Friends invites you to join us and live out your faith!

How Wheels for the World Works

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Donated Wheelchairs

Volunteers, known as "Chair Corps", collect used, but restorable, wheelchairs across the United States.

You can volunteer by: Donating a Wheelchair, Becoming a Chair Corps Volunteer, or Organizing a Wheelchair Drive.

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Transportation of the wheelchairs to restoration shops and shipping ports is an ongoing need. With over 10,000 wheelchairs collected each year, we are always looking for people to help.

Wftw Restoration


Wheels for the World currently restores wheelchairs at 15 federal, state, and private correctional facilities located in 12 different states, and we're looking to grow. Inmates are trained to restore wheelchairs to like-new condition.

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Each wheelchair recipient receives a custom-fit wheelchair and training in wheelchair use and upkeep. Team members also present each recipient with a Bible and the Gospel message.

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Ways to Help

Donate a Wheelchair

We accept donations of many types of mobility devices.

Support a Volunteer

Donate to a family member or friend attending a Wheels for the World outreach.