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Noland needs a Handicap Access Van

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For those who are unaware of Noland's story. Noland is a student at Texas A&M University in College Station. Last summer he was working as a counselor at a children's camp when he suffered from a freak accident that left him paralyzed from his shoulders down. It has been roughly 11 months since his accident and Noland is still adjusting to his new circumstances. Though Noland has received an outpouring of support from friends and family, and has been treated with top of the line medical care, one thing that has been difficult for him is his lack of mobility. Noland is confined to a bulky electric wheelchair that he must take with him wherever he goes. The wheelchair, coupled with his condition, make traveling anywhere an ordeal. Right now Noland and his family are raising money to purchase a specialized van that would be able to easily accommodate him and his wheelchair. A handicap accessible van would be a game changer for Noland. Not only would it allow him to get to his needed medical appointments easier it would also give him a greater sense of freedom and the ability to get out and enjoy himself more. Unfortunately these vehicles are not cheap and Noland and his family need as much help as they can get if they want to afford one. Any little bit given is greatly appreciated and no amount is too small. Thank you for your support and God bless!!!

For transparency purposes, Gofundme requires it be stated that this page was set up by Noland's friend Greg Bain, and that he is the beneficiary that has been sending the money made to Noland and his family.


  • Joe Peynado
    • $20 
    • 7 yrs

Organizer and beneficiary

Mia Neely
Yuma, AZ
Gregory Bain

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