Disability Vehicle Grants for Nonprofits

Are you a nonprofit organization involved in the care and transportation of people with physical disabilities? Everyone deserves reliable and safe transportation. Whether you are needing a replacement wheelchair van or lift for one that is currently breaking down or it is the first accessible vehicle or lift for your organization, these grants are available to anyone applying on behalf of a nonprofit organization.

At BraunAbility, we know that not every mobility aid is right for each person. That’s why we offer the widest selection of handicap vans, SUVs, and lifts of any manufacturer. For some individuals and organizations, a full-size van with a lift is preferred because of the increased cabin space to fit multiple passengers in their wheelchairs or scooters. For others, a handicap van is preferred for easier parking. Not sure which handicap van is right for you? Take a look at this page and decide for yourself!

It is always recommended to talk to a mobility consultant ahead of purchasing your mobility equipment to be sure it fits your needs, your lifestyle, and your budget. Either before or after securing grants and funding for your wheelchair accessible vehicle, reach out to your local dealer or a BraunAbility Product Specialist.

The following foundations offer wheelchair vehicle assistance for nonprofit organizations seeking financial assistance. If you know of a wheelchair vehicle grant for nonprofits that we don’t have listed, please contact us at suggestions@braunability.com. If you are not a nonprofit, there is a grant page for you, too! Find funding options by searching by state, nationwide funding, or funding for veterans.

Joseph S. Bruno Charitable Foundation

Nonprofit, charitable organizations may apply. Can be used to cover community health and services, and basic services for at-risk families and children, or general philanthropy.

The Alynn Family Foundation

Restricted to 501(c)(3) organization. Requests for grants up to $5,000, which meet the goals and objectives of the Foundation's mission, should be submitted to the trustee. Of special concern to the trustees are the status, condition and treatment of women, children, minorities and the underprivileged.

The Malone Family Foundation

Nonprofit groups seeking programs and projects that expand the horizons and opportunities for children and young adults.