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Dear Friends,


A hard decision has been made and we have decided to voluntarily dissolve the Wheelchair Strong Foundation effective spring on 2022. 


When I started this organization in 2016 our mission was to produce content, educate, and entertain. I feel like we have done that and more. A Father’s Fight was not only a powerful documentary but was a place winner in the New York International Film Festival. Komedy for a Kause 1-5 put many smiles on faces, and our 80’s nights always rocked the night away.


But with the changes in our world I’ve decided to embark on a new chapter, which is to help my twins with their journey to Australia in 2023, representing Team USA in power wheelchair soccer. 


In closing, if you would like to donate to some of the other wonderful organizations that we support, or if you would like to just donate directly to benefit my sons, please just reach out to me directly. 


We will always be Wheelchair Strong.


Thank you 😊 


Mark Chauppetta 

If you would like to learn more or make a donation please check out our website for more details. 

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documentary Trailers

In 2018 the Wheelchair Strong Foundation produced its first film “ A Fathers Fight” a docu drama based on Mark and his families life living and kicking Duchenne MD’s ass. In 2020 AFF was a semi finalist in the New York International Film Festival.

In 2020 the Wheelchair Strong Foundation released its second Documentary “ Power” which gives a look into adaptive power wheelchair soccer. Marks sons Troy and Andrew recently made Team USA and will be competing in the World games in 2022 in Australia.