Honoree 2014 – Angelica Flynn

Congrats to Angelica Flynn for being honored as an outstanding community volunteer!

Flynn_AngelicaName:  Angelica Flynn

Nominating Organization:  Free Wheelchair Mission 

Honoree Category:  Human & Community

Why Nominated:  Angelica is a 26 year old physical therapist who works in an out-patient orthopedic setting and also work weekends in an in-patient acute care hospital. Being involved with Free Wheelchair Mission has allowed her to combine her love for mobility and for helping others!

Angelica Flynn has contributed extensively as a volunteer to the growth and development of FWM’s wheelchair program.  While a graduate student at Azusa Pacific University, she helped to design a full five-day Wheelchair Distribution Training Program which has been rolled out beginning in July of 2012.  Since then, she has participated in three international training trips, helping our partners to understand the importance of proper wheelchair distribution.  We have trained partners in Vietnam, Chile, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru and India with the program she helped to design.

We’re so grateful to Angelica for her years of service, her commitment to our mission, and willingness to share her expertise at no cost is a blessing not just to FWM but to the wheelchair recipients we strive to serve!

Please write a note of congratulations below!


10 thoughts on “Honoree 2014 – Angelica Flynn

  1. Angelica thank you so much for traveling on FWM’s behalf and for empowering our partners to better fit and serve our wheelchair recipients – those we care about the most! We are very grateful for you and for the hours and hours you spent helping grow and develop our wheelchair program. Thank you so much!!!

  2. It takes a special person to take time out of their life to volunteer, and even more so when that time involves traveling internationally! We’re so grateful that you donated your time and expertise to improving our wheelchair program all over the world, and making sure our wheelchair recipients continue to get the best service possible. Congratulations!!

  3. Thank you for your dedication to bring mobility to others. You have touched lives in a tangible way and will continue to touch many more lives as you have helped in improving our wheelchair program.

  4. Angelica, Thank you so much for always having a willing heart to go on behalf of Free Wheelchair Mission for Team Transformation. We could not do this without you and you are making our wheelchair training program better every time! I can not emphasize how much we appreciate your hard work, dedication and passion for the disabled poor around the world. Congratulations!!

  5. We so appreciate you being a part of the Free Wheelchair Mission family! We thank you for caring for the millions of people around the world who struggle daily with immobility!

  6. Angelica, thank you for you dedication to Free Wheelchair Mission. We are so thankful for the dedicated efforts of amazing supporters like you. We know that we too are transformed when we help transform the lives of the disabled poor through the gift of mobility. What a gift and a legacy you are leaving to those whom your life has touched. Blessings!

  7. Angelica, Thank you so very much for your heart and passion for FWM and the people around the world who need assistance! We are so grateful for you!

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  9. Angelica you are a joy to be around! I am so grateful for your passion to serve and share your talents. You have been instrumental in shaping the program to help FWM and our partners around the world transform lives through the gift of mobility. You radiate light and are a shining example to those around you!

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