An End of an Era Helping People

Do you want to get additional income? Let's get down to business. Play the casino mit 50 freispielen ohne einzahlung. Seize the moment! In the past eleven years, PET Carlisle worked to bring mobility to the far reaches of the world. With the help of many volunteers, PET had constructed over 725 carts that were delivered to those in need. We are deeply thankful to all of the donations and the volunteers that helped us build these carts over the years. Without your help, we wouldn’t have been able to come this far and help this many people.

Unfortunately, due to several circumstances, the PET Project in Carlisle has to close its doors. We no longer are able to operate the warehouse and continue building carts.

Thank you again, for all that you have done for us. God Bless.

Troop 185 Huntsdale

On Saturday November 4th we had Scouts from Troop 185 come help at the PET workshop. They enlisted Sheetz to help collect plastic bottles and milk jugs for packing and 6 garbage bags of materials for packing were collected and delivered. These items keep the PET wheelchairs safe during their long transcontinental journey. Thank you, Sheetz and thank you Troop 185!


Christmas is coming and Santa’s workshop is busy!

In addition to making mobility wheelchairs, the workshop is busy on Wednesday mornings 9-12 making crafts for sale to raise money for supplies. There are snowflakes for your yard as well as round tree decorations which have just been shellacked.

Wanda is overseeing the craft making and is painting winter scenes on old slate. She also made block Santas. We will be at the Carlisle High School this Saturday Nov. 4th to sell these crafts or call the office at 717-254-4070. We are there in the workshop Wed. AM and Thurs. all day.
Workers needed. There is plenty of painting to do and primer to apply. Please come join us.  Tues. AM, Wed. AM. Thurs. 9-4, or Sat. 9-12.


Carlisle Mobility Worldwide has been blessed with a huge PET!
This pristine Rhoades bike is a tandem bike where the two people ride side by side. This means we can have people who are disabled participate in any of our bike rides. We ALL like to feel the wind in our hair.  The back of the bike is large enough to attach a cooler for cold drinks, or even a platform for a golden retriever to ride on.
Here Shirley has just taken for a spin down Elaine’s driveway.  If you’d like to come by and try it out, please do. It is not fast, but it sure is mobility at its finest!