CREATING

MOBILITY &

INDEPENDANCE

Welcome to AMBUCS, a warm and close-knit community of 5,700 members spread across 135 chapters in 30 states. Ever wondered why so many folks are part of our family? Because at AMBUCS, service is more than a duty—it’s a source of enjoyment! Through social gatherings and inventive service projects, we turn our free time into meaningful contributions. Join us in creating a positive impact, where the simple joy of helping others defines our shared journey. Welcome to AMBUCS, where service is both meaningful and enjoyable.

HELPING OUR

COMMUNITY

 

Southwest AMBUCS stands as the dedicated Amarillo, Texas chapter of National AMBUCS™, Inc., a non-profit service organization committed to fostering mobility and independence for individuals with disabilities. In our local community, the Southwest Chapter channels its efforts into supporting various organizations through both monetary contributions and voluntary assistance. Notable beneficiaries include the Down Syndrome-Buddy Walk, Children’s Rehab Center, Special Olympics, and the heartwarming Gobble Wobble event. Through our collective endeavors, we strive to make a meaningful impact, enhancing the lives of those in need and promoting a spirit of inclusivity and empowerment. Southwest AMBUCS is more than an organization; it’s a beacon of support and compassion within our community.

$350,000

RAISED

500

AmTrykes

120

Families

HOW WE MAKE A

DIFFERENCE

Empowering those with mobility disabilities embodies our shared humanity, fostering inclusivity and breaking barriers. Enhancing accessibility contributes to a world where all can thrive, valuing diversity and ensuring none are left behind.

EVENTS

DERBY

DAYS

GOBBLE

WOBBLE

WE COULDN'T DO THIS WITHOUT

OUR FANTASTIC SPONSORS

CONTACT US

Southwest AMBUCS is the Amarillo, Texas area chapter of National AMBUCS ™️, Inc. Ambucs is a non-profit service organization consisting of a diverse group of men and women who are dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities.