It’s been a little over four years since June of 2010 when M.C. Mobility News released an article about an amazing comedian and motivational speaker who has cerebral palsy named Zach Anner. At the time, Zach was in a heated race for Oprah’s Search for the Next TV Star Contest, competing against other video entries. Zach managed to pull in over two million views and with all of the support, Zach won! He then received $100,000, a brand new Chevy Equinox, and most importantly a show on Oprah’s OWN Network called Rollin’ With Zach.
We are truly living in a golden age. That little plastic rectangle in your pocket or purse allows you talk to almost anyone on Earth, your computer or tablet can teach you pretty much anything you’d ever want to know, and you can leisurely fly thousands of feet in the air while enjoying a bag of peanuts.
With slick new controls that let you turn on a dime, and rugged wheels that skip over bumps like they’re nothing, you can’t believe you didn’t upgrade your wheelchair sooner.
Donating Your Wheelchair
But now, sitting in the corner of your living room now is an old wheelchair quietly waiting for someone to use it. You’ve considered trying to sell it on Craigslist or eBay, but dealing with it could be too much of a hassle. The extra cash would be nice, but before you make the decision to sell it, you should consider another option. Donating your wheelchair is both easy and rewarding. The money you might make from selling it will disappear, but the feeling of knowing you helped someone will never fade.