The recipients of our vans continuously struggle against illness and disability. On top of that, being homebound is a serious challenge. Chesed Mobility provides eligible individuals of all ages with modified vans, enabling them to get jobs, attend appointments, join family simchos, and live their lives independently. The ability to get around unassisted increases their physical and emotional health, empowering them to live their lives to the fullest.
“When you gave my sister a van you gave her a new life.”
Lisa S. Flatbush
“Each time we give him a ride, seeing the glow on my son’s face is priceless.”
Devorah S. Passaic
“Since we got the van from Chessed Mobilty for our daughter we can go out as a family again.”
David L. Monsey
“Every time I go out it’s a happy occasion. I feel like I’m now a part of the world again.”
Eliyahu R. 5 Towns
There are. But being confined to an orginization’s specific schedule, waiting outside for extended periods and always relying on others make those options less than ideal.
People who are homebound experience severe loneliness and are more susceptible to depression and physical distress. Allowing people to socialize and have access to regular daily activities such as attending minyanim allows for increased physical and emotional health.
We provide vans for anyone who is immobile due to any medical cause. Our current recipients include people dealing with Parkinsons, Lou Gherigs, nerve diseases, amputations, cancer and other serious conditions R”L.
Chesed Mobility happily provides vans for anyone in need as long as they are financially eligible
Chesed Mobilty provides vans to recipients across the tri-state area