No One Left Behind
To expand abilities through inclusive services, accessible community spaces and provide equipment needed to achieve more autonomy and independence.
Ableism is present in many aspects of society. People with disabilities have often been seen as less useful, desirable or a problem to solve. Through education and action, we aim to redefine how we view ability and tackle ableism.
Many organizations and spaces are not able to accommodate or offer their services to people with disabilities. By re-imagining existing programs or spaces, we can build stronger communities for everyone.
We provide medical supplies to people with disabilities, but also strive to ensure we are creating sustainable and environmentally ethical supply chains.