WFTW

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AcronymDefinition
WFTWWorking for the Weekend
WFTWWheelers for the Wounded (est. 2009)
WFTWWheels for the World (wheelchair outreach program)
WFTWWaiting for the Worms (song lyric)
WFTWWaiting For The Weekend
WFTWWealth from the Wind (est. 2001; American Corn Growers Association)
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Maria and her 10-year-old daughter, Ana, needed a miracle when they arrived at Joni and Friends Wheels for the World outreach in Peru this past October.
Local Christian women had invited Maria and Ana to our Wheels for the World outreach due to their desperate need.
He, in effect,' as historian Douglas Brinkley titled a book about the Ford Motor Company, provided "Wheels for the World." It wasn't about just some people.
It is this proliferation of types of vehicles that makes me think Ford will be credited as the company that provided the "electrified wheels for the world." Time will tell.
JAF's special provision of wheelchairs for Haiti was above and beyond the existing 2010 Wheels for the World delivery schedule, which already includes countries in need around the world.
The factory makes wheels for the world's biggest plane, the Airbus A380 super-jumbo.
The jobs are in a production facility at the firm, in Holbrook Lane, Holbrooks, making wheels for the world's biggest plane, the Airbus A380 super-jumbo.
Wheels for the World, an offshoot of Joni and Friends, has a team of approximately 85 volunteers called Chair Corps Representatives that collects manual wheelchairs from across the United States.
Contact: Wheels for the World, (818) 707-5664, ext.
Still, this year I'd like to recommend that you wile away the hours with a book that is giant both physically and in scope: the 858-page Wheels for the World: Henry Ford, His Company, and a Century of Progress by Douglas Brinkley [Viking; $24.95].
I am not able to help, but I have forwarded her need to JAF Ministries, which has a service called Wheels for the World. They provide refurbished manual wheelchairs to people with disabilities in other countries.
Wheels for the World. a world-wide Christian outreach program of JAF Ministries.