Accessible Van Assistance Program

Supporting our Jewish Community

M&M Chesed Mobility is a program of MagicMobility Vans that provides vans for underprivileged special needs children, the elderly, and those with debilitating illnesses.

This is indeed a “life-changer”, enabling a hassle-free way to get to doctor and therapy appointments, attend Simchas and minyonim, and family events, helping to attend Shul or even just getting out…for many who live every day with loneliness.

Chessed Mobility gemach for wheelchair vans helps with trips to hospitals.
Chessed Mobility gemach for wheelchair vans helps with trips to hospitals.

Accessible Van Assistance Program

Supporting our Jewish Community

M&M Mobility is a program of MagicMobility Vans that provides vans for underprivileged special needs children, the elderly, and those with debilitating illnesses.

This is indeed a “life-changer”, enabling a hassle-free way to get to doctor and therapy appointments, attend Simchas and minyonim, and family events, helping to attend Shul or even just getting out…for many who live every day with loneliness.

Our Mission

Together we can change lives by providing mobility to those in need in our Jewish Community.

The M&M Mobility program is focused on purchasing used adapted vans from mobility dealerships since donated used wheelchair vans tend to be older, high mileage with unpredictable reliability. These purchased vans are distributed to needy Jewish families, for their children, the elderly, and adults with disabilities.

In addition to helping families with special children in need, we are looking to help those with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Post-Polio Syndrome, and Dementia. The National Institute on Aging reports that “People in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease may still enjoy going out to places they enjoyed in the past.  For example, the person might enjoy going to a favorite restaurant, park, or shopping mall. Keep going on these outings as long as you are comfortable with them… and Social isolation was associated with about a 50% percent increased risk of dementia.” For our Jewish population, this includes attending Simchas and Tefillah. We also run a Van Gemach, lending wheelchair vans for doctor and hospital appointments, events, and Shabbosim.

This program is endorsed by

Our Mission

Together we can change lives by providing mobility to those in need in our Jewish Community.

This program is endorsed by

The M&M Mobility program is focused on purchasing used adapted vans from mobility dealerships since donated used wheelchair vans tend to be older, high mileage with unpredictable reliability. These purchased vans are distributed to needy Jewish families, for their children, the elderly, and adults with disabilities.

In addition to helping families with special children in need, we are looking to help those with Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Post-Polio Syndrome, and Dementia. The National Institute on Aging reports that “People in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease may still enjoy going out to places they enjoyed in the past.  For example, the person might enjoy going to a favorite restaurant, park, or shopping mall. Keep going on these outings as long as you are comfortable with them… and Social isolation was associated with about a 50% percent increased risk of dementia.” For our Jewish population, this includes attending Simchas and Tefillah. We also run a Van Gemach, lending wheelchair vans for doctor and hospital appointments, events, and Shabbosim.

Chessed Mobility gemach for wheelchair vans helps with trips to hospitals.

On the path of Chesed, all along!

We are seeking donors to help purchase handicap accessible vans from mobility dealers, for those in need. Be our partner in this vital Chesed initiative; helping those who aren’t able to do, what we often take for granted...

This is a wonderful Chesed and Legacy- Sharing to benefit another family.

Rabbi Daniel Goodman (President & Founder)
Rabbi Raphael Gelley (Director)

3 Ways to Support

We need your support, did you know?

Donated used wheelchair vans cost about $10,000 to refurbish

Donated used minivans cost about $20,000 to adapt

Used adapted vans cost around $45,000 to purchase

Give Online

Give once or choose to set up a monthly donation through PayPal (or using a credit card) to support our mission regularly.

Give Online

You may send a check to:

Special Kids Fund, Inc
111 Autumn Rd.
Lakewood, NJ 08701

Memo: M&M Chesed Mobility

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Donate A Van

Do you have a used wheelchair van or minivan in good condition? Donate your van for someone who needs mobility support in your area. (Tax-deductible for full appraised value.)

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DAF Direct Funds

Use your DAF (Donor-Advised Funds) to help us buy adapted vans for needy individuals and families. Invite friends and family to form a ‘Chesed Circle’ team, pooling funds to make a purchase possible.

Use DAF Direct
  • Login to your DAF account
  • Enter Tax I.D. # 58-2550249 (nonprofit, Special Kids Fund, Inc.)
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