Our nonprofit, GoodwheelChairs.org, repairs and refurbishes donated wheelchairs and scooters to sell at a reduced, affordable price to those with little or no insurance. We're looking for someone who can repair the wheelchairs and powerchairs that are not in great shape when they are donated. This will mainly mean doing light repair work and installing batteries, though if you have the capability it could even include major overhauls. You'll be working out of our small shop and could essentially make your own hours. We can train so if you're interested but don't have experience don't pass us by. You'd be helping out those who are less mobile and providing a valued resource to Austin and our nonprofit.
Our mission is to spark the Creativity, Love and Playfulness of the Human Spirit through a variety of services that improve relationships, enhance creative thinking and promote physical wellness. We believe this is one of the best ways to produce a healthier, happier, and more peaceful world.
Founded in Austin in 1986, The Human Potential Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization. As an nonprofit, many of our events are free, so there are plenty of opportunities for everyone to get involved.
Humanistic psychology asks, "What are people like when they are at their very best?" We aim to answer that by living in a way that is as creative, loving, genuine and playful as possible.