The Wheelchair Foundation Supports Compass Health

As we continue to improve our services at Compass Health, our clinical staff has been working to increase emergency preparedness for our clients. With generous donations from the Wheelchair Foundation located in Danville, California, we have secured wheelchairs for the Bailey Building in Everett, our office in Coupeville, and our office in Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. A total of five wheelchairs have been generously donated by the Wheelchair Foundation through a partnership with the University District Rotary Club in Seattle. Compass Health thanks everyone at the Foundation and at the University District Rotary Club for helping us improve the safety of our sites and ensuring the best possible care for our clients!

The Wheelchair Foundation is a nonprofit organization leading an international effort to create awareness of the needs and abilities of people with physical disabilities, to promote the joy of giving, create global friendship, and to deliver a wheelchair to every child, teen and adult in the world who needs one, but cannot afford one. For these people, the Wheelchair Foundation delivers Hope, Mobility and Independence. The Wheelchair Foundation is a Division of Global Health and Education Foundation. It was established by Kenneth E. Behring on June 13th, 2000 in a ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. In March of 2001, Rotary Club Rotarians joined the mission of the Wheelchair Foundation.

To learn more about the Foundation or its work, please visit:  

To learn more about Compass Health’s programs at these various locations or to learn more about this and other partnerships with Compass Health, please contact:

Tom Kozaczynski
Associate Director of Development
4526 Federal Avenue
Everett, WA 98203