Goodwill Mobility (formerly Roll Up Solutions) strives to make mobility affordable for everyone! We collect gently-used wheelchairs and mobility devices from the community, refurbish them, and then sell or donate the devices back to the community at a 95% discount.
How you can help:
Give hope, freedom, and independence through the gift of a wheelchair or mobility device. If you have a gently used device, connect with us to donate it today!
If you have less than 5 devices, please drop off your device at any of Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes’ donation centres.
If you have more than 5 devices, please connect with us by submitting the form below and our team will contact you to arrange details.
If you would like a charitable tax receipt for your donation, please submit your request through Goodwill’s tax receipt request form here.
What we accept:
- Standard Wheelchairs
- Tilt chairs
- Standard Walkers
- Various Canes
*We currently can not accept power chairs or battery operated devices.
We can help you access affordable mobility devices.
A standard wheelchair in Canada costs on average $2,500. Many Canadians who do not meet the strict requirements to qualify for provincial subsidies (ADP) cannot afford to purchase a new device. Even for those who do qualify, the subsidy only covers 75% of the cost of a new chair and many citizens cannot afford the client portion that can be upwards of $600+. Meanwhile, thousands of mobility devices end up in landfills or collect dust in basements unused because there are few places that will accept device donations.
At Goodwill Industries, we’re more than just a thrift store – we’re a force for positive change in our community and beyond. By working towards net-zero waste, creating green job opportunities, recycling textiles and keeping items out of landfills, we are committed to being a circular and sustainable charity.
A little bit about our history
RollUP Solutions was founded in July 2017 by students at Western University. We started collecting mobility devices and partnered with Goodwill to refurbish them. We worked with local experts to ensure that every refurbished device meets our safety and quality standards. In 2022, operations moved over to Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes who continues to run the program in coordination with other organizations including Inactus London at Western University.
We rebranded to Goodwill Mobility in 2023!