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VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: PAM STRAKA
WAWOS is 100% volunteer-supported with a mission to celebrate children with Cerebral Palsy and related neurodevelopmental delays to promote inclusion and accessibility. Our flagship program is WAWOS Wear -- handmade walker capes that add some personality to assistive devices and...
Lila's Fundraiser for WAWOS
Hi! My name is Lila Hawks. I'm a 14 year old artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. My friend, Sofia, was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy when we were in preschool. At the time, I didn’t really notice or understand what that meant. She has always been one of the...
WAWOS Wishes: nominate a group today
This year has challenged all of us to move through tough moments; to find purpose, promise and to persevere. WAWOS believes in the power of community and in the importance of access to adventure for all. Last year, we launched WAWOS Wishes, a directed gift program that awards...
Volunteer Spotlight: Sue L.
As a 100% volunteer-supported nonprofit, WAWOS depends on the skills of incredible people to grow our organization and share our mission. Our flagship program is WAWOS Wear; beautiful walker capes that are donated to pediatric rehab facilities, hospitals and groups that serve...
2019 WAWOS Wishes Recipients
Enjoying a playground, riding a horse, surfing a wave and skiing the slopes are just some of the adventures that amazing nonprofits across the country are making accessible for kids with physical differences and delays. My daughter, who has mild CP, has been skiing since she was...
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: BEV DEARDEN
The time and talent our volunteers dedicate to creating personality-forward walker capes as part of our WAWOS Wear program is part of the magic that keeps our 100% volunteer non profit going. These capes are donated for free to amazing kiddos so that they can express their interests,...