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Muriel's Angels is a registered 501-C3 charitable organization that provides funding for the special needs of children with physical and mental disabilities in Southern California. Many of these needs are not covered by local, state, or federal programs.

 

100% of the DONATIONS GO TO THE CHARITY'S CURRENT PROJECTS. ANY ADMINISTRATIVE FEES ARE COVERED ENTIRELY BY THE BOARD.

Know a family in need? Click the form: MURIEL'S ANGELS REQUEST FORM

Muriel's Angels helps Venture Academy and George Key Students

Just one of the schools who have students with "special needs" that Muriel's Angels has supported.

"Thank you Muriel’s Angels for Putting Kids First! It's an honor to serve as your superintendent of schools" - Dr. Alex Cherniss, Superintendent of Schools, Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified District

Read the letters of Appreciation from Dr. Alex Cherniss, Superintendent of Schools and Grace Gordon, teacher George Key School.

Wheelchair recipient, Larry Agaton, Venture Academy Transition Program along with his teachers, Bill Greenfield and Grace Gordon

Haruka and his mother, Masami receiving their new converted van.  Pictured along with John Ludwig, President of Muriel's Angels, David Meshkani of Aero Mobility. 

December Completed Project - Davis Family

Muriel's Angels was grateful to assist the Davis Family.   Jack, age 5 who suffers from myotubular myopathy.   

Jack is confined to a wheelchair.  Jack has no motor skills, relies on feeding tubes, is non-verbal but understands and uses a computer to communicate. Otherwise, his cognitive skills are normal for his age.  


A wheelchair accessible van is necessary for daily doctors appointments and general transportation.   Previously, the wheelchair had to be broken-down, and Jack had to be carried into their prior vehicle by his mother (see post below).

As expressed by Jack's mother, Lauren -

"We are absolutely blessed to receive not just a van, but the gift of freedom and independence.  Jack can now drive his power chair every day!  His power wheelchair allows him to be independent and explore his environment.  We are extremely thankful for such a generous donation that will help us in our daily lives.  From therapies, doctor's appointments, to Jack's brother's soccer practices and games, to family outings - we now have the ability to enjoy life that much more!"

Thank you Muriel's Angels!


The Davis Family 

Jack, his mother, Lauren and his brother are pictured along with John Ludwig of Muriel's Angels and Dale Hight of Aero Mobility.

December Completed Project - Hope School

Muriel's Angels was grateful to assist our friends at Hope School once again!  Together with our valued partner, Dale and Aero Mobility we were able to make this happen.

As expressed by Ryan Loch, Vice Principal, Hope School -

Muriel's Angels did it again!!! Just in time for his birthday, Gilbert received a new wheelchair with the help from John Ludwig and his partners at Aero Mobility, including David and Dale.  

 
Hope School is also the grateful recipient of a donation of 2 wheelchairs for general use on campus. Thank you, John and the team at Muriel's Angel's. 
 
Take care and have a very Merry Christmas!
Ryan