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MALL provides free mobility & medical devices in Bloomington, IN

Our Services

Get a free mobility aid
Get a Mobility Aid

We provide free canes, crutches, walkers, rollators, scooters, wheelchairs, shower chairs & more

Keep the mobility aid as long as you need it!

Donate a mobility aid. Scooter sitting on sidewalk.
Donate a Mobility Aid

Donate your gently used medical equipment to help Monroe County residents with temporary or permanent mobility challenges


Mobility Aids Lending Library (MALL) provides free medical and mobility devices, including canes, walkers, scooters, and wheelchairs, to people who need them.

As experienced mobility aid users who live with disabilities ourselves, we provide compassionate peer support to match equipment with people who might otherwise be unable to obtain it due to time or financial constraints, insurance limitations, or other factors. 

MALL’s mission of repurposing donated mobility aids offers an environmentally friendly alternative to discarding functional medical equipment.

We are an inclusive organization that welcomes and serves everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, national origin, disability, race, size, religion, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, or citizenship. 

Service Area

We primarily serve Bloomington, IN and Monroe County. Residents of adjacent counties are welcome to donate or pick up equipment at our downtown Bloomington storage facility, but we have limited ability to deliver items outside the county.

MALL recipient enjoying his rollator


MALL is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our EIN is 93-3567005. We rely on your financial support to provide mobility equipment to our community. Your donations help us repair donated mobility aids, replace power wheelchair batteries, and cover storage fees and other expenses.

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Our Partners

MALL maintains meaningful partnerships with local organizations, including the Monroe County Public Library and the Bloomington Council for Community Accessibility, to foster more equitable access to life in our community.

Our Team

Susan Seizer

Susan Seizer, Ph.D.


Susan is a recently retired Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. She got her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. Her research and teaching areas of expertise are social stigma, live performance, and humor in use. She has conducted fieldwork in India and the U.S.

Karin Willison, M.A.


Karin is the Editor-in-Chief of The Ability Toolbox, a support community for people with disabilities. She received her BA in English from Stanford University and MA in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles.

Lesley Davis

Lesley Davis, M.A.


Lesley is the Assistant Dean for International Programs and the Chair of the City of Bloomington’s Council for Community Accessibility. She is the founder of Everybody In! International, a website dedicated to international travel and accessibility.

Casey Guarino

Casey Guarino


Casey is a volunteer at Monroe County Public Library with the VITAL and Seed Library programs. She received her B.S. in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood Education from Indiana State University. 

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