About Our Foundation

What is Wheels of Happiness?

Wheels of Happiness (WOH) was created to support spinal cord injury survivors and people with motor disabilities in disadvantaged communities around the world. WOH delivers mobility equipment and medical supplies; provides scholarships; funds required surgeries, and offers psychological support so our recipients can become independent, reintegrate to society, and add value to their communities.

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The Wheels
of Happiness Team​.

We help people with disabilities in developing countries to become independent, reintegrate, and add value to their communities.

We provide people with motor disabilities with medical equipment and supplies, scholarships, psychological help and inspiration to make them independent and therefore more productive. By doing this, we believe that everybody wins. The Foundation is funded by the help of corporate and individual donors and by special events

Yaquarri Adams

Yaquarri
Adams

President

Jim Sanderson

Jim
Sanderson

Vice-President

María Gabriela Piscopo

María Gabriela
Piscopo

Executive Director

Juan Carlos Montalvo

Juan Carlos Montalvo

Treasurer

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Wheels Of Happiness Foundation is a Registered 501(C) (3) Tax-Exempt Organization

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Wheels of Hope” Changing the lives of people with motor disabilities, one chair at a time.
“Ruedas de Esperanza” (Wheels of Hope) is a crowdfunding campaign to collect funds to support the Wheels of Happiness Foundation’s programs. In this campaign, we unite the talent of Venezuelan and Spanish artists to create a musical production that will generate awareness of the need of individuals with motor disabilities. We want to impart a message of inclusion, admiration, and respect to those heroes on wheels that rise beyond the physical and social barriers. When you donate to this campaign, you will be helping us bring wheelchairs and support to people with motor disabilities who don’t have the means otherwise.
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