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Vision trip, is a journey that takes place once a year to Costa Rica by representatives of a “Right at Home” medical services franchise from different parts of the United States

This mission is a team work between Free Wheelchair Mission and Do It Foundation, planning and logistics covers about two months, were includes selection of possible users of wheelchairs within the national territory, pick chair sizes, assembly and delivery it to the beneficiaries.

Vision Trip 2018 gives wheelchairs away in Costa Rica.

During the year 2018, the trip took place from October 22 to 26, there were 12 volunteers from Right at Home, 2 leaders from Free Wheelchair Mission and 3 collaborators from the Do It Foundation team.

On this occasion, the deliveries did house to house and a small distribution event, in the areas of Liberia, Bebedero de Cañas, Bijagua and Canalete de Upala and Puntarenas, where it was possible to take the right of mobility around 60 people.

Prior to the delivery of each place the assembly of the wheelchairs was carried out, and with various aspects of logistics of each area, also had the collaboration of other entities such as Municipality of Puntarenas, Papagayo Do It Center, Municipality of Upala , Do It Group, Evagélica de Bagaces Church, Evangelical Drinking Church, Do It Lagar, among others.

The most enriching of vision trips is the sharing of experiences, this gives everyone a different way of seeing life and forging new friendships.

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José Ramón Córdoba lives at Barrio La Carreta, a neighborhood  located in Liberia, Guanacaste. He lives alone in a humble wooden house, accompanied by 12 cats. Despite his economic condition and physical limitations, José tries to take care of them.



In a campaign carried out by “Castraciones Liberia” to help sterilize his beloved companions, a volunteer of Do It Foundation saw the news and realized the need of José Ramón had for the change of a wheelchair.

Contact was made with the people who were helping in the campaign and the visit was coordinated to make the delivery of the wheelchair. Upon arriving there was an 88 year old man sitting in a rocking chair waiting with great charisma and enthusiasm for his new tool  of mobility.


José gave everyone an important lesson, and is that despite the hardships he has gone through, such  losing his leg because a bacterium, he maintains a great sense of humor, always bringing a smile to others and is an enthusiast of life.