GRANTS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS: biomedical evals and treatment for children affected by autism, allergies, ADHD, and/or asthma. - the Kiddie Pool works as a fundraiser to help families raise money for special adaptive
equipment. mission is to enrich the lives of children with life threatening illnesses and their families by providing year round,
fun-filled group activities and destination events, fostering joy, laughter, normalcy and supportive networking opportunities. arranges free transportation for medical treatment. - offering free medicines to people who earn $30,000 a year or less, or a
family of four making up to $60,000 a year. will award financial help with a family's medical bills for their child who has a life-threatening
condition. Building Blocks for Kids’ mission is to improve the quality of life for children with health-related needs that are not
being met due to a lack of insurance, government funding, and/or family resources in the Cincinnati area. Widely recognized as a world leader in pediatric Hospital Housing and Respite Housing
for children with cancer. The Assistive Technology Fund (ATF) will provide funds to cover 50% of the retail price of
adaptive devices or software. provides funding for intensive pediatric therapy to financially disadvantaged children with
neurological disorders. provides hope and support to children with brain tumors. financial support with the cost that goes along with fighting cancer. organization gives $500 maximum grant to individuals with disabilities provides funding grants for equipment
such as sports wheelchairs, handcycles, mono skis and sports prosthetics, and resources for training and competition expenses
directly to physically challenged individuals. provides services and purchases medical equipment for handicapped and disabled children. Also
provides educational grants to help children further their education. - parents selling/giving away/buying items for their children with special needs. The Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids with Cancer provides needy families, with children in the last
stages of terminal cancer, assistance in creating everlasting memories. the Conover Mobile Technology Grant is to promote the use of mobile technology and our
apps to improve an individual's freedom and independence. - Disabled Children’s Relief Fund provides assistance to obtain wheelchairs, orthopedic
braces, walkers, lifts, hearing aids, eye glasses, medical equipment, physical therapy, and surgery. helps those in need of a modern and compact speech generating device (SGD) to allow
them to satisfy the basic human need of communication. is a web store that offers special needs families a one-stop shop to buy and sell their gently
used medical and special needs equipment and adaptive toys. They also have a grant available to purchase such items as well. ease the financial burden endured by the families with children in treatment for Neuroblastoma. a lending facility of adaptive equipment out of Maumee, Ohio. offers scholarships for children with disabilities to participate in therapeutic riding, adaptive
swimming and a variety of programs. - help with financial crisis while child is hospitalized features families and their specific life needs (i.e. gas, groceries, utilities) and
encourages the Fans Across America community as well as the family and friends of the designated family to make tax-deductible
contributions to help fulfill their specific needs. First Hand Foundation assists children with clinically relevant, health-related needs
and no financial resources to cover these expenses. Fort Meigs Sertoma (Service To Mankind ) is an international
organization that deals mainly with speech and hearing disabilities. For more information please contact Richard Kranz at (419)4732416 or by mail at PO Box 401 Sylvania, OH 43560. Friends Like Us is focused on helping children with cancer and their families with emotional, educational and
resource support through various outlets. grants for therapy, equipment, and other needs. Must have a sponsor such as an agency or social worker
apply. Gia Nicole Angel Foundation enhances the daily functioning of a child with special needs. provide care packages that offer both practical and emotional support for the parents of micropreemies during their journey in the NICU. grants to support the identification and eventual prevention of rare, genetic disorders, and
to provide financial assistance to families coping with the many complications of these disorders. The Grottoes of North America Humanitarian Foundation helps cover the costs of dental treatment,
including hospital and anesthesia costs when needed, for children with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy (and related
neuromuscular disorders), Organ Transplant recipients or those with Mental Retardation. Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund The Matt Larson Foundation helps children undergoing treatment for a Brain or Central Nervous System (CNS)
cancer. Christian Fund for the Disabled Kaitlin Marie Bell Foundation provides financial assistance to children with disabilities who are unable to
afford equipment and/or services that they need; insurance companies consider many of these items a luxury. Kicking It For Kids Foundation helps families of sick and injured children in the
Northwest Ohio Community to ease the financial burden of medical expenses. Georgia residents
can receive up to $2,500 for payment of therapeutic services or equipment. at Kya’s Krusade children under the age of 18
with a confirmed diagnosis of a life-long physical disability affecting the child’s motor skills, for which physical/occupational therapy
is part of the treatment regimen, receive financial assistance. Little People of America offers many types of grants and
scholarships dedicated to improving the quality of life for children with pediatric cancer scholarships for children K-12 that show a financial need provides financial assistance to persons with Down syndrome or other developmental disabilities to improve
their quality of life by meeting their daily living, employment, medical, residential, or social needs. The Miracle-Ear® Children’s Foundation’s purpose is to provide no-cost hearing aids
and hearing support services to children whose families have incomes that are significantly limited and who are unable to afford the
high costs of quality hearing instruments. The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation is concerned with the physical, emotional, and social impact on people
diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and their families. They have several different grants available. provides resources, gently used disability equipment and small grants. to improve the quality of life for children with cancer and their families worldwide. The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing New Eyes for the Needy accepts agency applications for eyeglass vouchers. The No Boundaries Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation monetary assistance up to $1,000 Partnership for Prescription Assistance. The Foundation seeks to provide assistance to living children that are eighteen years old and younger with
physical and emotional challenges. target's children with Cerebral Palsy and Hydrocephalus. blind children in the US can receive two free Braille books per year helps children with speech and/or language disorders take the steps needed to be better
communicators - Special Needs Assistance Program HEAR NOW (800)648-4327 non-profit 501©3 organization that helps with treatment and therapies not typically covered by
insurance is nonprofit 501 C (3) organization that creates dream bedrooms for children with life challenging illnesses grants wishes of disabled children The Travelers Protective Association of America’s Scholarship Trust for the Hearing
Impaired. helps spinal cord injury survivors and funds research for a cure. – United Healthcare Children’s Foundation; 800-328-5979, ext. 24459 – Medical assistance grants up to $5,000 with
a lifetime maximum of $7,500. Must have commercial healthcare denial to apply. - Variety-Kids on the Go! helps kids gain mobility, confidence, and freedom to join in the life of
their community. helps children who experience difficulty obtaining funding from their insurance companies to obtain
essential equipment or services that they needed to make their day to day lives just a little easier. provides financial support to families of special needs children through funds designated for respite care,
therapies, or other assistive equipment. Assistive Technology of Ohio – Listing of medical research programs being conducted – Disaboom is
information and resources for people with disabilities - large listing of grants available Foundation Center RFP Bulletin: Disabled ($19.95 per month to use or free at main branch of Toledo Library) - search of government benefits and grants – allows organizations to electronically find and apply for grants offered by federal grant-making agency - HEATH Resource Center International Center for Disability Resources - Kaufman Children’s Center - Listing of grant sites for individuals with disabilities - Foundations and Corporate Grant Programs Related to Disability - NEC Foundation of America
GRANTS FOR AUTISM SPECIFICALLY: - biomedical is strictly a fundraising foundation whose main function is to distribute money to families in the Toledo
area so they can have their children diagnosed, treated, and moving forward with living with Autism.
This organization does give grants to families, but the details are unclear from their website. It seems to be the case that they fund
families with multiple autistic children first; then those with greater financial need. primary purpose is to arrange air travel on private jets for families in need of medical care for their
The creators of this blog list dozens of small local granting agencies which give to families and organizations.
This collaborative agency offers funding to families across the United States who are living with autism and also are coping with a
major crisis such as flood or fire. "AutismCares assists families who meet the eligibility criteria to cover costs associated with
housing, automobile repair, insurance premiums, medical care, prescriptions, daycare, funeral expenses, and other items on a caseby-case basis.
One-time $500 grants are awarded to families in financial need. All funds awarded are paid directly to the vendor or service provider
to pay for therapy equipment, safety equipment or services. 3 different grants offered. (Interactive Technology Assisting Autistic Little Kids) provides interactive technology to children (0-22) with an
Autism Spectrum Disorder, and educational training on interactive technology to families, educators, and service providers of
children with special needs.
This is a unique program that provides interest free microloans (in the amount of a few hundred dollars) to families from other
families. Families interested in receiving a loan post on the blog, and may receive contributions that must be paid back over time. always looking for ways to directly help families in need that are affected by autism grants for marriage counseling.
The Helping Hand Program provides families with financial assistance in getting necessary
biomedical treatments, supplements and therapy services for their autistic child. Do not apply for this grant if you are seeking funds
for respite care, fencing, trampolines, swingsets, trips to Disney World, etc. - biomedical, therapies, conferences
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