Welcome to American Mobility OutreachFounded in the Coachella Valley in 2007, American Mobility Outreach is a non-profit organization that strives to serve the unmet needs of those who suffer from any kind of impairment. The organization focuses on the specific goals of its programs in order to care for people free of charge, regardless of their age, race, gender, social status, or financial situation. American Mobility Outreach's "Donate your Electric Wheelchair or Scooter" project is the largest programs with a purpose that seeks to enhance freedom of mobility and improve the quality of life for those who are confined to the use of wheelchairs or scooters. The foundation welcomes donations of new or used power chairs or scooters and refurbishes them to later be given free-of-charge to individuals in need. Donate your used Electric Wheelchair or ScooterAmerican Mobility Outreach is currently accepting donations of used electric wheelchairs and scooters. These donations will be fixed up, refurbished and then donated, free of charge, to those who need them most. American Mobility Outreach strives to serve all the unmet needs in mobility impairment, but in order to do so, we need your help! Inquire about donating your used electric wheelchair or scooter here.AvaKus Donation CenterThe mission of American Mobility Outreach is to refurbish donated power chairs and scooters to later give away free-of-charge to those who need them most. AvaKus will continue the same mission by allowing people to connect with each other, thus establishing direct contact between donors and recipients. The potential of services offered and the categories of articles donated are limitless, including accessories related to all types of medical accessory/therapeutic devices and assistive technologies. from DME, durable medical equipment, home medical supplies, and wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs and scooters. In the concept of offer and demand, users will browse AvaKus in the same way they would browse a free community classified newspaper. The intent is to positively affect individuals either close to home, or distant to one's own community, so that people are helped anywhere and everywhere in the United States. Find out more.Testimonials“We would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for generously donating the motorized chair for our patient. Our team has reached out to many organizations over the past several weeks with no results. Your organization is truly making a profound difference in the life of our terminal patient. He has no monetary resources or family so without your organization's help, he would not have the dignity of mobility in the final stage of his life, so it is with grateful hearts we give you thanks!” - Jamie Slade, Shangrila Hospice Volunteers - January, 2013 Spread the word and like us on Facebook!