OMAHA, Neb. — Owning a car means freedom, the ability to work, and the opportunity to go to school. But so many people can't afford a set of wheels because of challenging circumstances. That's why an Omaha non-profit, Chariots 4 Hope, partners with more than 100 community organizations to identify people who can benefit from a clean, working, used car, and they "bless" those folks with a vehicle. The vetting process ensures that potential owners can afford the upkeep of a car and they have the responsibility to care for it. But the partnership between Chariots and recipients goes way beyond a car. They work to build community. KETV goes inside this inspiring organization to see "blessings" in motion and understand the reason for the mission. To learn more about donating a car to this organization or to inquire about vehicle ownership go toChariots4hope.org.