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13 hours ago, JohnM said:

I have a wheelchair that belonged to my SIL who passed away 2 years ago from early onset Alzheimer’s.  I would like to donate it to a Veterans group.

First John, condolences for the loss of your SIL. Prayers to your daughter, you and the entire family.


As for the wheel chair, check with your community/county Veteran's Affairs Officer. He/she will know of immediate needs or can offer suggestions where the need might be greatest.

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Thank you gentlemen for your suggestions. I will start making some calls tomorrow and will let you know where it finds a new home.

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