How does Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia raise funds to build 35 carts a week?

Maker of the PET Mobility Cart since 1994.

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Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia update

A mission project like Mobility Worldwide assumes tremendous responsibility when it launches itself as a humanitarian project. (8/19: World Humanitarian Day. This day commemorates those who have lost their lives in humanitarian service.) Continue reading “How does Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia raise funds to build 35 carts a week?”

“This … will allow me to be independent.”

From I WILL RESTART MY BUSINESS:

by Richard Stepens on August 4, 2017

Malita Chaya

Chikwawa District, Malawi … Born in 1972 forty-five-year-old Malita Chaya has entertained the idea of having her own business for a long time. However, reality dictated another course, one that offered little in the way of advancement, no type of wage increase, no retirement program, nor any health insurance, and no possibility of advancement for merit. Her legs would not move, and this made it nearly impossible to care for her three children.
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Mobility Cart is a ‘machine of peace’

Maker of the PET Mobility Cart since 1994.

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Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia update 8/4/17

Earl Miner, the designer of the Mobility Cart, emphasized that it was a “machine of peace”. “You cannot mount a machine gun on it,” he said. It has now been placed in 104 countries, and without any regard to race, creed, politics, sexual preference or the language of the persons in need.
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Pull Cart Gives Mobility to 14-year-old in Haiti

From Christ Family Church – Making a Difference:

Jesse, from Christ Family Church, shares about the team’s action-packed day. From creating safer living conditions to providing mobility for those who were without, they are striving to make the greatest difference possible with the time they are given.

After the goats were gone, we came back to the campus to pick up a PET (Personal Energy Transportation) cart for a young man of 14 who has a very small disfigured body. Because he would be unable to propel the cart himself, this one was modified to include a handle for pulling him. The visit with him was a joy for everyone because this young man has a beautiful smile and a joyful spirit. Our Haitian companions were very engaged with him and were excited to pull him in the cart for a trial run. Christi was happy that we had that opportunity because it proved that further modifications are needed.

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