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The Spirt of Nevada and NVWCF

OUR GOAL

10,000 WHEELCHAIRS FOR NEVADA

Through 2020 our Wheelchair Foundation, Nevada, aims to distribute between 7,000 and 10,000 wheelchairs to people who can not afford to buy one. We have already delivered thousands of chairs statewide. Allied with numerous Nevada NGO’s (non-governmental organizations), Wheelchair Foundation, Nevada, has set its goals as high as its commitment. We are looking to work with an NGO that has the resources to find such people. Wheelchair Foundation, Nevada, is seeking contributors, endowments, and corporate sponsorship to enable us to fulfill our humanitarian mission. Without the financial support of individuals and corporations, thousands who need our help will not get it.

We need your financial support. For only $150, a new wheelchair will be purchased and delivered to someone in need. Wheelchair Foundation, Nevada, will match your donation of $150, so you will really be sponsoring two wheelchairs (exclusive program in Nevada) to individuals in need.

Your tax-deductible contribution can change a life by delivering hope. Thank you!

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Current Nevada Wheelchair Foundation News

NEVADA WHEELCHAIR FOUNDATION GIVING THE GIFT OF MOBILITY

NEVADA WHEELCHAIR FOUNDATION GIVING THE GIFT OF MOBILITY John Williams Director Nevada Wheelchair Foundation 702 847 6250 Office 702 285 4053 Cell John@nevadawheelchairfoundation.org Ivy@nevadawheelchairfoundation.org www.NevadaWheelchairFoundation.org After 10,000 new wheelchairs given out free to our residences that need a wheelchair but can’t afford one, the NVWCF is back with the same goal to give 10,000 wheelchairs in

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Las Vegas Rotary Helping In Our Community

Over the past few weeks, we've had a tremendous amount of help from our local Rotarians in the Las Vegas area moving, storing, and delivering wheelchairs to some local recipients in our community. With their continued support, we can keep providing mobility throughout the Nevada areas. We wanted to thank them for their assistance. John

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