The Woodward Dream Cruise is tomorrow, and there’s one more reason to be excited about the event this year! The event is always fun to participate in and/or observe, but one new nonprofit is aiming to make it even more accessible for individuals with severe disabilities!
The DMAN (Danny’s Miracle Angel Network) Foundation is helping individuals who use wheelchairs – often as the result of auto accidents or catastrophic medical conditions – transfer into the Woodward Dream Cruise’s convertibles and take part in the world’s largest one-day car event!
The organization is dedicated to enriching the lives of families and individuals with severe physical and mental disabilities such as quadriplegia, and partners with other local disability-related organizations and services such as the Music Therapy Studio, which focuses on helping people of all ages and abilities create music without the use of hands or feet.
The foundation is gearing up its efforts, and is always looking for more volunteers, donations and assistance to help with its Hollywood Night, Carnival of Care and Dream Cruise efforts, as well as with its specialized transportation efforts. Learn more about ways you can help here!
The DMAN Foundation in the News: