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Wheelchair van donations and requests. Donate a used van for the best tax-deduction.

Program Campaigns

Donate to Special Kids Fund and MagicMobility

Your donation will help open new vistas for special needs children and challenged individuals.
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MagicMobility

Help underprivileged children, adults and veterans with the miracle of mobility.
Give special needs kids, "The Ultimate Joy Ride!" with the freedom of an adapted van for their family.
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Ultimate Workout Exercise System



Give wheelchair bound and those restricted to bed, the invigoration and health benefits of exercise with this unique adapted system.
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May Is National Mobility Awareness Month

Enter to win, or vote for a 'Local Hero' in this amazing mobility van give-away!
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Riding a bike is a treasured childhood experience.Sadly, many children with special needs miss out.

The Great Bike Giveaway raises funds to award adaptive bikes to kids with special needs, so they too can experience the joy and independence of learning to ride
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Mobility For Vets

You can change the world for a disabled veteran and their family.
Help us make this miracle happen!
Providing for underprivileged children, adults and especially disabled veterans. We help both wounded warriors, disabled in action and those who are disabled from other causes. We also look to assist disabled family members.
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Personal Campaigns

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John Hopes to Drive Again

Hello my name is John Owsley, I'm a 34 year old from Cortland, Ohio. On August 22nd 2011, my life changed forever! I was involved in a single car accident, where I hit a large pine tree and a utility pole. When the car stopped spinning it came to a halt at the end of my driveway. Accidents do happen close to home!! The crash was a blur to me ...
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Jersh Looking to Regain Independence

First of all, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported me thus far. The love and support I have, and continue to, receive keeps me moving forward. I could not be where I am now without yall. As of today, I have my sights set on getting behind the wheel once again. Driving will allow me a degree of independence and freedom that, as of now, I am not afforded...
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Justine Looking to Overcome Spina Bifida with Accessible Van

Hello my name is Justine Jones. I was born with Spina Bifida. For those of you who do not know what Spina Bifida is, it's a developmental disability that affects the spinal cord and has prevented me from being able to walk. After being diagnosed with Spina Bifida doctors thought they knew what my life would be like...
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Retired Police Officer Looking for Mobility Independence

My name is Jeff Rodgers and I am a retired Police Officer in Oklahoma. My life was changed in an instant on May 10th of 1999. You see, on that night at approximately 9:30, I didn't know that I was going to make the last traffic stop of my career. The car I was pulling over was stolen, with a killer behind the wheel...
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Military Widow and Advocate for Others Hoping for a Miracle in 2016

Julia is hoping for a miracle. She has dedicated her life to advocacy work and has always been the one to root for others. Today, she needs our help.
"I've never asked for much, and I do what I can for others in this world," Julia said...
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Wheels for Sam's Wheels!

Sam Paschal is a happy, creative, sweet and amazing 13-year-old boy living in Seattle, WA with his Mom, Dad, sister Abbey, his twin brother Jake, and Davis his service dog. When Sam was only two years old he was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Duchenne is a progressive, muscle-wasting disorder affecting primarily boys. It affects approximately 1 in 3,600 male births each year.
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Come Help Harry!

Our son Harry, is a sweet, loving, gentle soul. He was born on Christmas day, 1996 with a very rare set of genetic anomalies, so rare that no one else with them had survived birth. This syndrome has left him with learning impairments and global developmental delays. He has cerebral palsy and asthma. He's also nonverbal, non-ambulatory and has significant hearing loss.
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Be Part of A Breakthrough

Hello! My name is Karissa Miller and I am currently a preschool art teacher at The Nest Nursery School in Atlanta, Georgia. I am also a single mother of my daughter, Grace. Grace is 10 years old, loves to watch Peppa Pig, and enjoys playing with her pet bird, Fry Bread. Grace also has severe special needs.
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Noah has exceeded all expectations!

Noah has defied the odds stacked against him since birth. As a micropreemie (born 3 ½ months early) he wasn’t expected live and if he did he would be in a vegetative state. Well, he did live and is very much alert and active, despite having significant disabilities and developmental delays. Due to the delays, Noah attends various therapies several times a week.
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Meet Bassi - Lovable. Beautiful. Angelic

When Bassi was 5 1/2 months old, she sustained a brain injury due to an accident which left her deprived of oxygen for an unknown amount of time. Although the doctors' prognosis was grim, Bassi miraculously pulled through and is now, through G-d's eternal mercy, medically stable.
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Bubba Man Can!

Hi! My name is Isaac, but you can call me Bubba like all my family and friends do. I am 11 years old and I have been confined to a wheelchair my whole life. My mom and dad are trying to find us a safe, reliable wheelchair accessible handicap van to get me out of the house to appointments and maybe sometimes find a little trouble to get into at the beach, or the park, or maybe just a nice roll/walk down by the river.
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Help Jill Overcome SMA

A few years ago, Jillian was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, type III. SMA is a genetic condition that slowly causes her muscles to fail. They were shocked, at 18 months her only symptom was that she walked around their Victorian farmhouse with bowlegs, but the doctors soon found out the root cause was SMA. SMA is degenerative, which means that over time Jill will gradually rely on her wheelchair more and more, and eventually lose the ability to walk altogether.
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Special Kids Fund, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Federal Tax ID# 58-2550249