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Just Wheels Run Festival aims to run the world.

A group of enthusiastic runners are going to run various marathons, half marathons and 10km races throughout this year to raise money for wheelchairs for people in Tabora, Tanzania.  Please do join us if you are able and willing to run (or walk or cycle) and raise...

More good fundraising news

The Rotary club of Edinburgh donated £2400 for wheelchairs and support for more disabled people in Tabora Tanzania. The Tanzanian government estimate there are 10,000 people in Tabora region needing a wheelchair or mobility device… only another 9,960 to...

Emma’s visit to Tanzania

The founder of Just Wheels, Emma Burtles, visited Tanzania this autumn and found it totally amazing working with Francis Itoma and Edwin Kalukwella and meeting some of the 28 people who have received wheelchairs from Just Wheels and those desperately needing a...

New disability sports centre in Tabora

This is the sport field where our new disability sport club will take place for any wheelchair users along with the children from the school for deaf children next door and residents from the Mother Teresa centre for the destitute over the wall. Training for our...

Just wheels awarded grant from the Scottish Government

Great news – Just wheels have been awarded a grant from the Scottish Government.  The £9600 grant is for ‘capacity building’ which will enable us to grow as an organisation, particularly in Tanzania.  We are keen to ensure Just Wheels is strong and fit for...

Health Projects Abroad reunion 21st/22nd September 2019

Just Wheels is going to be part of a fundraising/ reunion weekend later in the year.  Health Projects Abroad was a UK based charity that worked in Tabaora in Tanzania supporting health infrastructure development using UK based volunteers. The founder of Just Wheels,...