Solidary Foundation to promote the joy of giving, and to deliver a wheelchair to every man, woman, and child who needs one, bringing new independence to those people deprived of mobility.

By giving wheelchair to individuals in need Solidary Foundation gives freedom, self-reliance, mobility and hope.

Mobility: The Most Basic Human Right.

The ability to move ourselves from one place to another is perhaps the most basic human right. For most of us, it is a given. When we need to go across a street or across a room, our brain simply tells our legs to go.

For others, mobility is more difficult. Disabled by illness or injury, many people need a wheelchair to move themselves where they want to go. But for  people around the world, even this form of mobility is out of reach. The wheelchairs they need aren't available, sentencing them to a prison of immobility in which they must crawl or be carried.

Our Gift is Independence:

With your help, Solidary Foundation is offering mobility and independence by providing wheelchairs to those in need. Enabling people to move upright and with dignity is a gift we can deliver.

We invite you to join us, and help bring a new life to children and adults without hope around the world.


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Frequently Asked Questions

 1. How many people need wheelchairs but cannot afford one?
 2. Where are the wheelchairs manufactured?
 3. How much does a wheelchair cost?
 4. How much do I have to donate to deliver a wheelchair to a physically disabled person?
 5. How do you decide who gets a wheelchair?
 6. Can I designate which country I want my donation to go?
 7. How will my donation be acknowledged?
 8. Are all of the wheelchairs going to countries other than the United States?
 9. Are these wheelchairs designed for rough, third world conditions?
 10.What is the goal of the Solidary Foundation?
 11.How can I help?

1. How many people need wheelchairs but cannot afford one?
A: It is estimated that at least millions children, teens and adults worldwide need a wheelchair but cannot afford one.

2. Where are the wheelchairs manufactured?
A: We purchase wheelchairs from several manufacturers in China that build a quality product designed to be easily maintainable in developing countries.

3. How much does a wheelchair cost?
A: We can purchase and deliver a wheelchair to our distribution partners worldwide. The the large quantities allow us to buy and deliver wheelchair worldwide. 

4. How much do I have to donate to deliver a wheelchair to a physically disabled person?
A: Your donation help to purchase, ship and deliver a new wheelchair to a person in need and supports the mission of Solidary Foundation. To sponsor a container of 100 to 280 wheelchairs, please Contact Us.

5. How do you decide who gets a wheelchair?
A: We distribute wheelchairs worldwide through a network of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's) that have ongoing humanitarian relief missions in the countries of wheelchair destination. These distribution partners handle all aspects of the importation and distribution of the wheelchairs to children that can now go to school, adults that can now go to work and seniors that can once again become an active part of family life and society.

6. Can I designate which country I want my donation to go?
A: We collect donations and then send containers of 100 to 280 wheelchairs each to our distribution partners in countries that have been identified as in great need. For sponsoring a container, you can pick a developing country from our list of approved destinations where we enjoy established and successful distribution relationships.

7. How will my donation be acknowledged?
A: For your donation tax-deductible donation, you will receive a personalized certificate of appreciation, a person who had their quality of life greatly improved by the gift of a wheelchair.

8. Are all of the wheelchairs going to countries other than the United States?
A: No. The charities organizations are working with us here in the U.S. to distribute wheelchairs to people that need one but cannot afford one. Some groups and organizations do sponsor wheelchair to the U.S..

9. Are these wheelchairs designed for rough, third world conditions?
A: Yes. The wheelchairs that we distribute are specifically designed for the rough conditions of developing countries. Extra heavy wheels, tires, and front casters, sealed bearings and nylon seating make these wheelchairs the best possible solution for most conditions.

10.What is the goal of the Solidary Foundation?
A: Our goal is to distribute  wheelchairs,and to further the awareness that a wheelchair is no longer an unaffordable item for delivery in developing countries throughout the world.

11.How can I help?
A: You can help in the following ways:
Your tax-deductible donation can make the difference between people wanting to live or die.
Get the word out! Tell your friends that you are now a part of the most ambitious relief mission of its kind in the history of our civilization!
Have a fund-raiser! A dinner or cocktail party in your home can serve as a venue to tell people about helping others. Local businesses, organizations and schools can all help.
We will supply everything you need to help us change the world. Corporate Sponsorship. Help us find corporations that have interests in countries that need our help. We can target their sponsorship to specific countries and needs, and we will put their logo on the wheelchair identifying them as sponsors of an entire wheelchair container. They will be heroes, and so many people will be given a new lease on life.

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