Mobility Cart is a ‘machine of peace’

Maker of the PET Mobility Cart since 1994.

Will you help spread peace thru a Mobility Cart?

Give the Gift of Mobility, Dignity, and Opportunity!

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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Mobility Carts reaches Ekwendeni CCAP Mission Hospital in Malawi

Complete consignment of Carts in the warehouse

Receive warm greetings from Ekwendeni CCAP Mission Hospital in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.

On behalf of the Management and staff of Ekwendeni CCAP Mission Hospital, I write to acknowledge receipt of a container carrying Mobility carts on 28th July 2017 details as below;

1. 88 Large Mobility Carts
2. 86 Small Mobility Carts
3. 21 Pull Mobility Carts
4. Spare parts for the Carts. Continue reading “Mobility Carts reaches Ekwendeni CCAP Mission Hospital in Malawi”

Alice can now watch her son … peddle his way to school on his own, and begin the long road of possibility …

From HOW DEEP IS THE PAIN?

by RICHARD STEPHENS on JULY 7, 2017

10-year-old Yankho Harlod

Banja Village, Chikwawa District, Malawi … How deep is the pain in the heart of a mother who watches her physically challenged child remain confined to the house while his friends and neighbors can be seen outside playing and having fun together?

What is the pain like for a mother who knows one day she will be gone, and her handicapped son will be unable to care for himself?

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What does Mobility have to do with coolers?

How would you like to give a cooler & a business opportunity?

Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia Update: 924 built since 1-1-17

Persons who receive Mobility Carts often have three responses.

First, they experience pure joy at receiving the gift of mobility. For the first time in many years, they are able to move about, to look people in the eye, to be social. A huge smile often accompanies their inner joy.

Second, they ask the question, “Why would someone a half a world away, whom I can never thank personally, who does not even know me, do this for me?”

Third, They ask, “How can I use this cart to help make a living for myself, and to pay back those who have for so long supported me?” Continue reading “What does Mobility have to do with coolers?”

Disablilty is not inability!

From https://t.e2ma.net/message/61i9l/2y1yig:

“To us, it might be a small deal, but to them, it is their whole life.”

“KR and Mobility Worldwide partnered in March for another PET cart distribution event. We are so honored to be a small part in the amazing work done by Mobility Worldwide We were blessed to have Terry Furstenau and Jeff Moran from PET Missouri in Columbia join in this event and see their work make a difference first hand.”

150 Men, Women and Children Are Changed With Mobility Carts in Kenya!

Maker of the PET Mobility Cart since 1994.

All in need of mobility, need your help!

Give the Gift of Mobility, Dignity, and Opportunity!

Mobility Worldwide MO-Columbia Update: 821 built since 1-1-17

I want to introduce you readers to a very special group of God’s people, those who are called His “little people”. The older term was “dwarfs”, and I think the medical term is dwarfism. It has been my privilege to work closely with two such persons. In the 1970s here in the USA we were trying to get businesses and public places to be accessible for persons with handicapping conditions. My church mission work started the “MOTH Ministry”, Ministry Of The Handicapped. Our goal was to encourage and enable local churches to become accessible; most were not. The chairperson of that MOTH Committee was Edna Jo Steinbeck. She stood 28 inches tall, but in spirit she was eight feet tall. When she stood on a high stool to speak at annual conference the churches paid attention. When she was 34, I had the sad privilege of presiding at her funeral. Continue reading “150 Men, Women and Children Are Changed With Mobility Carts in Kenya!”