Archive for the ‘Exciting News’ Category

  From June 12 through June 17, 2023 Wheelchair Athletes Worldwide will be conducting its 5th international Project. After Projects in India, Nepal, Peru, and Indonesia where WAW donated a total of forty-four (44) wheelchairs to and conducted clinics with different non-profits, WAW will be conducting its next Project in Kampala, Uganda. Working with a […]

  Mi nombre es MaxAmenero, tengo 52 años, nací en Perú y resido en los Estados Unidos desde el año 1978; soy una persona con limitaciones físicas debido a la poliomielitis que me atacó a los 7 meses de nacido. Practico el deporte sobre silla de ruedas desde hace 34 años, siendo el básquetbol sobre […]

My name is Jacob Tyree. I am from Roanoke, Virginia. I graduated in May from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a BA in Communications with a Concentration in Technology. I played wheelchair basketball under the coaching of Dave Kiley in Charlotte, North Carolina in the NWBA Junior division until graduating High School. We […]

Articles about Project Nepal

Posted: 8th June 2013 by admin in Exciting News

Check out this great article from our recent trip to Nepal and the project that we did there. Mike Artiel _Business 360

Himalayan TV Interview

Posted: 7th June 2013 by admin in Exciting News

Nepal Project Video

Posted: 3rd June 2013 by admin in Exciting News

WAW Makes The News!

Posted: 1st December 2011 by greg in Exciting News

On our last day at Amar Jyoti Ibnlive put together the following piece on the clinics and donations we did there: It was a bummer that Pete had already departed for the clinic and donations in Visag, but hopefully we will be seeing posts from the extensive media coverage he had down there soon!

VIDEO – Kid With Small Hands But Huge Heart!

Posted: 30th November 2011 by dan in Exciting News

There were certainly many moments at Amar Jyoti that will stay with us, but the following video shows you something we will never forget. It was a motivational moment even for us. Uplifting, Motivational, and Awesome!

Special Thanks!

Posted: 30th November 2011 by dan in Exciting News, Uncategorized

There are many people to thank for making the India Project actually come together and happen, but we want to specially thank Michael Rosenkrantz and Shelley Hockensmith for all their energy, dedication, hard work and assistance. Michael was instrumental in coordinating and organizing the clinic at Amar Jyoti, and in arranging for lodging with AADI […]

They are all finally back, safe and sound! Peter, Greg and Shelley are back in the United States, excited beyond words with their experience in India. They went, they saw, they trained, they showed, and they donated a total of 12 sport wheelchairs to two different non-profit organizations in India — 6 sport wheelchairs to […]