Wheelchairs For Kids Volunteer-based Non-profit Organisation
Providing the transformative gift of mobility to children in impoverished communities around the globe.Meet Makmak from the Philippines
The Unsung Heroes: Our Volunteers.
More than 250 retired men and women currently donate their time and expertise manufacturing children’s wheelchairs throughout the week.Read More
School Wheelathons Kids helping kids whilst having fun!
Schools can help raise awareness and funds by organising a fun Wheelathon.
Get in touch today to help make a difference.
Delivered proudly with Scarborough Rotary since '98
We have a deep history and proud partnership with the Rotary Club of Scarborough, WA to give mobility worldwide.Scarborough Rotary and Wheelchairs for Kids
Wheelchairs For Kids Our Home
Wheelchairs don’t just provide mobility. They provide lifelong empowerment through access to education, through better health outcomes, through social connections—all those basic building blocks of a life that we take for granted. At Wheelchairs For Kids, we’re proud to have given the lifechanging gift of mobility to more than 50,000 children in 90 overseas locations, granting the world’s most vulnerable children a renewed sense of dignity, hope and independence.
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The Process Of Manufacturing
Designed with safety, strength and durability in mind, our rough terrain wheelchairs are manufactured by our team of passionate and hardworking volunteers at our workshop in Wangara.Learn more
We Have Reached More Than 90 Countries
From the hilltribe villages of Myanmar to the desert terrain of Morocco, Wheelchairs For Kids is proud to have given the lifechanging gift of mobility to more than 50,000 children in 90 countries.Learn More
The Need For Wheelchairs Is Staggering
The World Health Organization estimates that at least 10 million children worldwide are in dire need of a wheelchair but cannot afford one. Some disability experts claim the number could be as high as 6% of the population of developing countries.Learn More