• Hunter’s Hope: Equipment and Supply Exchange.
  • Sample Letter of Medical Justification: A medical letter of justification is a detailed prescription written to justify a request for a specific service or equipment. This is important to have in order for health insurance to pay for your needed services, equipment, and supplies. The equipment must meet the patient’s medical needs, reduce the patient’s physical disability, and improve their capacity to have a better quality of life. It should focus on medical information and stay away from any social and leisure benefits. 
  • The Mobility Resource: Comprehensive list of all grants/assistance to help buy handicap vans and adaptive equipment in all 50 states.
  • Wheelchairs 4 Kids: Wheelchairs 4 Kids is a 501 (c) (3)nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children with physical disabilities.
  • Feeding Tube Awareness Foundation: Provide free-feeding g-tubes belts and pads to any child that requires one.
  • Giving Angels Foundation: Enhance the daily functioning of a child with special needs from a low-income family by awarding grants for essential therapies*, life-changing equipment, essential family bills, and specialized camps.
  • Hands To Angels Foundation: An organization supporting the identification and eventual prevention of rare genetic disorders, and providing financial assistance to families coping with the many complications of these disorders.
  • Variety – The Children’s Charity: Variety’s Care Program delivers critical life-saving medical equipment and services, healthcare, and well-being to individual children and children’s health organizations. Variety’s Freedom Program delivers vital life-changing equipment and services for mobility, independence, and social inclusion to individual children and children’s organizations. Variety’s Future Program delivers crucial life-enriching communication equipment and services, education, and self-esteem to individual children and children’s organizations.
  • Open Wheelchair Foundation: The Open Wheelchair Foundation is a collaborative group of people, working together to make a low-cost, lightweight, easy-to-build, and easy-to-operate, motorized pediatric wheelchair for small children who are in need.
  • The Arya Foundation: The Arya Foundation serves to provide financial aid for the purchase of medical supplies and equipment for children with a medical condition.
  • Different Needz Foundation: The Different Needz Foundation has a mission to provide grants to individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, and organizations that support them to provide medical equipment and/or services.
  • First Hand Foundation: First Hand Foundation is a public 501(c)(3) organization that provides funding for individual children—both domestically and globally—who need assistance with clinical necessities (such as surgery, medication, and therapy), medical equipment, and travel-related to care.
  • The Oley Foundation: The Equipment/Supply Exchange Program connects individuals seeking products to individuals donating products.
  • Kids Mobility Network: Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, and other medical equipment.
  • Chariots of Hope: worldwide distribution of used wheelchairs, at no cost to recipients
  • Kya’s Krusade: Provides funding for adaptive equipment or therapy not covered by insurance for families with children with special needs.
  • Magic Wheelchair: Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit organization that builds epic costumes for kiddos in wheelchairs — at no cost to families.
  • McLindon Family Foundation: Provides adaptive bikes to families of children with special needs.
  • Ramps.org: Provides the necessary help for kids that need a ramp to move from home to the outside.