National Funding for Handicap Vans
Are there national grants for handicap vans?
There are many charities and organizations across the United States and Canada that have programs to help individuals afford mobility equipment. The grants and opportunities vary in amount, but as each of these organizations knows, every little bit counts. You’ll find a range of nonprofits, some applicable only to individuals of certain disabilities or income levels. Be sure to read through the requirements carefully, and don’t forget to contact your local BraunAbility dealer about any programs not listed here.
Handicap Van Funding in the United States
HelpHOPELive helps patients who have exhausted all other resources by awarding them a one-time grant for fundraising and providing other financial services. HelpHOPELive can help people mobilize their communities to raise funds for uninsured expenses related to catastrophic injury, including, but not limited to, vehicle modifications.
Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation
For people suffering from SCI or paralysis, a grant up to $10,000 for a specific need item.
Special Kids Fund
To be eligible for the Special Kids Fund, a family must demonstrate they do not have the resources to afford a vehicle on their own. The family must also have a good driving record, carry car insurance, register the vehicle, and pick it up. Nationwide program for children and adults. Apply via their website.
The Vocational Rehab office is a powerful resource for people looking to secure assistance for purchasing an accessible vehicle. They can also provide support in areas of employment, finding jobs, and more. Get back out there, contact your Vocational Rehab office today!
Canadian Handicap Van & Wheelchair SUV Funding
Grants International Inc.
A Canadian tax refund agency established to help individuals with medical needs get past income tax refunds. You may be eligible for this service if you have a prolonged, restrictive impairment. Many have received thousands of dollars back in tax refunds after filling out eligibility forms.