Join the Giving Tuesday movement with a donation to Working Wheels, and you’ll inspire others to give the gift of reliable transportation this giving season. Working Wheels repairs and recycles donated cars, transforming them into working wheels for working families in Western North Carolina. Your support today will help buy the parts we need to […]
Please join us in welcoming Susan Figel to Working Wheels! Hi! I’m Susan Figel, the new Volunteer Coordinator and Program Participant Liaison for Working Wheels WNC. I am excited to get to know all of our volunteers and, with their help, achieve our goals. I am looking forward to assisting our program participants in their […]
Are you interested in becoming a Working Wheels Program Participant? Take a look at our Program Participant Pathway and learn more about the process.
Support Working Wheels every time you shop at Target! We’re participating in the Target Circle program! You can cast your votes for us through January 5, 2020, and help direct Target’s giving to benefit Working Wheels. For full program details and restrictions visit Target Circle. Now here’s the tricky part. If you have your store […]
We are thrilled to announce that Working Wheels is a 2019 Parsec Prize winner! The Parsec Prize was started in 2005 by Parsec Financial in Asheville, NC. The prize is a means of giving back to non-profits making an impact in North Carolina. The purpose of the Parsec Prize is to help local non-profits like […]
Our thanks go out to News 13 WLOS for sharing this story with WNC. WOODFIN, N.C. (WLOS) — Not having a reliable set of wheels can turn an everyday task into a huge burden, especially during the holidays. On Friday, some lucky families got an early Christmas present they say they will never forget. “It’s our […]
Many thanks to WLOS for featuring our Program Participants who bought our 99th and 100th cars! See the original WLOS story here.
We are grateful to the Asheville Tribune for sharing this article about Working Wheels. By Dasha Morgan – Jamie Beasley, executive director, and Mike Campbell, Car Flow Manager, are making a huge difference to a number of people in Western North Carolina. Through the organization Working Wheels (formerly Wheels4Hope of Asheville) and with the help […]
We are proud to share that Working Wheels was featured in this Asheville Citizen-Times article by Beth Walton Working Wheels took my thousand-dollar problem and turned it into a $500 life-changing investment. ASHEVILLE – When my car broke down on Merrimon Avenue during rush hour traffic with my 1-year-old in the back seat, I dropped my […]