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- The Dream Factory: Initiatives that provide relief from the stress and trauma experienced by children with chronic illnesses and disorders.
- Best Buddies: Creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living.
- Easterseals: Wide variety of services for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities, physical disabilities and other special needs.
- First Hand Foundation: Case grants, wellness and lifestyle programs in schools, communities and home settings.
- Giving Angels Foundation: Grants for equipment, medical supplies, essential family bills, specialized camps, and therapeutic toys.
- Move United: Organizes year-round recreational opportunities including 70 different adaptive sports.
- Parent to Parent USA: Hands-on support, training and technical assistance, including mentoring and working partnerships with funders.
- National Youth Leadership Network: Hosts workshops around the country for young people to develop leadership skills, creating a culture of full inclusion.
- United Healthcare Children’s Foundation: Help families gain access to care through medical grants.
- Variety: Equipment and services, healthcare and well being for mobility, independence and social inclusion.
- Wheelchairs 4 Kids: Support children with mobility challenges including wheelchairs, ramps, lifts, and home modifications.
- Wheel to Walk: Helps children with disabilities, age 20 and younger, obtain medical & adaptive equipment or therapy services not provided by insurance.