Seventy million people can’t get from here to there. They need a wheelchair but can’t afford one. They crawl on the ground or wait for someone to carry them. Along comes a man named Don Schoendorfer, a MIT-trained biomechanical engineer. He sees this and invents a low-cost, durable wheelchair. This story follows Schoendorfer to Ayacucho, Peru, where he makes one of the most significant deliveries of his life - Free Wheelchair Mission’s millionth wheelchair.