Check out our Executive Director, Jamie Beasley, on the BlainesWorld podcast. Thanks to Blaine Greenfield for this great opportunity to share our work with the wider community!
Learn more about how easy it is to donate your car to Working Wheels and help local families!
Did you know that access to a reliable car is strongly correlated with better health outcomes? Working Wheels is excited to share that we have teamed up with Impact Health to expand our Vehicle Repair Program to be able to provide repairs to qualified Medicaid recipients. This is a first-of-its-kind program known as the […]
WNC Nonprofit supports local families with reliable transportation. Asheville, NC: Working Wheels has announced that they have served over 240 families in Western North Carolina with safe, reliable transportation. This milestone is a great achievement for the organization, which was founded in 2014 as an all-volunteer satellite office of Wheels4Hope in Raleigh. In the years […]
With rising vaccination rates and falling COVID transmission rates, Working Wheels is very excited to be able to begin to safely welcome back volunteer groups! Volunteers from Keller Williams spread mountains of gravel in our lot in May for Red Day, their annual day of service. In June, the Cathedral of All Souls youth […]
Eight Donated Cars for Eight Working Families Working Wheels is proud to share that we have already matched eight local working families with their cars so far this year. But we could never do it alone! All the vehicles were donated by generous folks in the Western North Carolina area, and the repairs were funded […]
Are you interested in becoming a Working Wheels Program Participant? Take a look at our Program Participant Pathway and learn more about the process.
Your vehicle donation can make a real and immediate difference to a local family in need during this difficult time and spread positivity and hope throughout our community. Working Wheels follows CDC guidelines with safety and sanitizing procedures to protect the health of our donors, program participants, and staff. Our touchless car donation process can […]
Greetings from Working Wheels, As you know, the current Coronavirus situation is causing a lot of concern in WNC and around the world, and we want to be sure you know that Working Wheels is making plans to adjust to potential challenges and to help protect the wellbeing of our community. As of today, Friday, […]
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 […]