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The Gift of HomeAdopt a House
Love makes a house a home. And we have lots at ours.
Angel View operates 19 group homes for 114 children and adults with disabilities, including specialty homes for the medically fragile and clients with muscular dystrophy. Each year, our staff provides 1 million hours of loving direct care. From feeding and clothing clients to transporting them to medical, dental and therapy appointments, staff assist with all activities. Industrial wheelchair use takes a toll on client homes.
$10,000 helps us replace flooring.
$5,000 helps us remodel kitchens.
$2,500 helps replace furniture.
$1,000 helps purchase household supplies.
For a child with a disability, mobility equals freedom. So when Carrina’s wheelchair was stolen, her family was understandably distraught. Without her chair, the 11-year old was unable to move about on her own.
Her dad called Angel View because he had heard about our wheelchair lending program. Created to help kids in urgent situations, the program enables children like Carrina to use a mobility device of ours until their insurance approves a replacement. Though officially it’s a lending program, we often give chairs to children in need, only asking for a return if the child outgrows it or no longer needs it.