Veteran Wheelchair Vehicle Funding Programs

Many organizations offer veteran wheelchair vehicle funding or grants. Here is a listing of some sources to consider. You should also check with your local BraunAbility dealer and the Veterans Administration. If you know of a wheelchair accessible vehicle financial aid source we don’t have listed, please let us know at suggestions@braunability.com.

America's Fund

America's Fund supports the most catastrophically injured and critically ill service members from all branches of the military. America's Fund has expanded its support to include adaptive vehicles.

Ask Vets First

VetsFirst has 60 years of experience in assisting veterans. A free online application is all that is necessary to request assistance from a counselor. VetsFirst Knowledge Books contain the answers to many common questions regarding VA benefits, claim filing, and more.

Coalition to Salute America's Heroes

The Coalition to Salute America's Heroes wants to provide assistance to help veterans get back on track. They ask that you email them, and they will let you know how they can help you.

Disabled American Veterans, DAV

The DAV can offer a lifetime of support for veterans and their families by offering rides to medical appointments, helping to file claims, connecting vets to meaningful employment, and providing access to various other resources.

Help Our Military Heroes (HOMH)

Helps veterans pay for mobility equipment and modifications, and works with the veterans to make sure the vehicle is perfect for them.

National Association of American Veterans™ 

Our mission is to assist service members and disabled veterans and their dependents in accessing their benefits, and overall to improve their communication with the VA, health agencies, medical professionals, and the public. Resources include emergency assistance, job openings, giveaways, homeless veteran reintegration, scholarship information, and more.

Navy-Marine Corps Relief

The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Office may be able to provide funding. They are ready to help you get money for products such as wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Operation Family Fund

Operation Family Fund provides grants for transportation and vehicle repair, and assistance with the purchase, rent or lease of a vehicle.

Operation Homefront

Operation Homefront is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The majority of the servicemen who receive help are the lowest-paid service members, the E-1 through E-6 enlisted ranks.

Semper Fi Fund

Funding provided by the VA is applied towards the vehicle, and depending on the service member's need, the Semper Fi Fund will pay a portion of the remaining balance. This gift will significantly reduce and maybe eliminate the financial burden.

U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA)

The VA offers up to $18,000 towards purchasing a vehicle as a part of the G.I. bill, and this includes mobility vehicles.

Veterans Benefits Administration 

The Department of Veterans Affairs is the most comprehensive system of assistance for veterans of any nation in the world. The VA operates hundreds of medical facilities and more than 125 national cemeteries. Nearly 63 million of our nation's population are eligible for VA benefits and services.

Veterans of Foreign Wars, VFW 

Member benefits for the VFW include discounted pricing on valuable merchandise and services across the country. The VFW strives to do good things for our deserving veterans, families, and communities. If eligible, members gain access to financial aid, scholarships, separation and education benefits, and help filing claims.

Wounded Heroes Fund

To receive a grant from the Wounded Heroes Fund, you must be a resident of Kern County, California, or be born and raised in Kern County, California. You also must be wounded, injured, a Purple Heart recipient, have PTSD, shed blood, or be an amputee. If you meet the requirements, please visit their website and fill out the Grant Request Form.

Wounded Warrior Project

The Wounded Warrior Project helps connect individuals with a WWP benefits liaison, identify financial assistance options, and find resources to aid in accessibility modifications.