We're thrilled to announce that once again we will be giving away medical equipment to needy individuals for the 2016 Holiday Season in our 4th Annual Gift of Mobility Giveaway
The season of giving is upon us, and we can think of no better time than Christmas to give the Gift of Mobility. We are looking for nominees to present a gift of high-quality refurbished medical equipment for the 2016 Holiday Season.
Do you know a deserving individual who's life would be greatly enhanced by a piece of medical mobility equipment? If so, we're requesting nominations! Follow the link below to fill out our online nomination form, and your friend or family member will be entered to win a FREE device from Mobility Equipment Recyclers of New England. You may also call in your nomination via phone, and your nominee will be entered into our drawing.
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*All nominations must be submitted by Saturday December 17th!*
2015 Gift Of Mobility Giveaway
2014 Gift Of Mobility Giveaway
From The Providence Journal December 25, 2014 edition:
North Kingstown, R.I., business that refurbishes scooters, wheelchairs gives gift of mobility to Middletown woman
A Middletown, R.I., woman received the gift of freedom Tuesday when two people showed up at her door and gave her an electric scooter. John Perrotti, of Jamestown, owner of Power Chair Recyclers of New England, said he borrowed his father’s truck and, with friend Warren Hagist, delivered the refurbished scooter, complete with new batteries, to her home. They also delivered a power wheelchair to a woman in Stratford, Conn.
Perrotti learned of the woman, who asked not to be named, through another North Kingstown business, Swipe for a Cause. It’s a discount provider of credit-card processing services, and he’s one of its customers.
The woman, he learned, had been turned down by Medicare and Medicaid and had reached out to nonprofits. She wasn’t getting anywhere.
“I just couldn't stand to see somebody who is trying to seek all this help” go without, he said Wednesday.
Click here to read the full article on the ProJo website