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One of our clients talks about being able to be part of his community now that he has a wheelchair.
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Learn about how our programs are providing new opportunities.
In this moving testimonial, Giyanti tells us what life was like before she had mobility, and how things have changed since receiving a wheelchair.
We provide increased self-sufficiency, mobility and education to children, teens and adults with disabilities throughout the world regardless of their political affiliation, religious belief or ethnic identity.
Press Release:People with disabilities in developing countries will have greater access to wheelchairs because of a $2.2 Million Grant from USAID for UCP Wheels' Project CLASP
As part of her Journey to Inspire, staff member Sri Lestari met with Indonesian President Joko Widodo to discuss disability rights.
For the second straight year, our “biker chick in a wheelchair” rides across Indonesia and inspires thousands.
UCP Wheels for Humanity’s annual gala, Wheels in Motion, raised over $225,000 to support our programs for people with disabilities.
Sponsored by the San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Center, this drive collected over 200 wheelchairs and pieces of equipment for UCP Wheels!
Bid on over 200 great items and support UCP Wheels for Humanity
Learn about nonprofit development and fundraising as a UCP Wheels Development Department intern!
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UCP Wheels Participates in an Important Gathering of World Leaders in the Field of Assistive Health Technology
The ACCESS project aims to strengthen and develop the wheelchair sector across five countries