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Charities we have worked with that can help to fund mobility equipment

Here you will find a list of charities which may be able to help you with the funding of your mobility equipment. There are many charities who specialise in providing funding for children, and while it can be more difficult to find funding for adults, it is available.

 

Elifar Foundation

Elifar Foundation

Children and Young Adults, UK
Any Disability

The Elifar Foundation funds a wide range of specialised equipment, therapies and respite for children and adults with profound disabilities, physical disabilities or learning disabilities. Items funded in the past include: Wheelchairs, beds, specialised seating, trikes, communication aids, sensory equipment, holidays, treatments and therapies.

Max age
28
Max funding
£5k

Available for:
WheelchairsPowerchairsMobility ScootersTreatmentMobility Aids

www.elifarfoundation.org.uk

 

Handicapped Children's Action Group

Handicapped Children's Action Group

Children and Young Adults, UK
Any Disability

This organisation provides specialist equipment for children with disabilities, learning difficulties and other special needs. An organisation aimed at parents who require financial assistance for their child’s special needs equipment.

Max age
18
Max funding
£2k

Available for:
WheelchairsPowerchairsMobility Aids

www.hcag.org.uk

 

Dusk Till Dawn

Dusk Till Dawn

Midlands, UK
Any Disability

DTD Financially assist severely disabled people of all ages, individually or in groups to enable them to have access to equipment and services that can make a positive difference to their quality of life.

Max age
100
Max funding
£2k

Available for:
WheelchairsPowerchairsMobility ScootersMobility Aids

www.dtdcharity.com

 

Caudwell Children

Caudwell Children

Children, UK
Any Disability

Caudwell Children provide family support services, equipment, treatment and therapies for disabled children and their families across the UK. They also run an Enable Sport programme for talented disabled athletes and a Destination Dreams holiday programme for children fighting life threatening conditions.

Max age
16
Max funding
£5k

Available for:
WheelchairsPowerchairsMobility ScootersTreatmentMobility Aids

www.caudwellchildren.com

 

Comedians Golfing Society

Comedians Golfing Society

Children and Young Adults, within 50 miles of London
Any Disability

The Comedians Golfing Society has been active for over 40 years and has raised hundreds of thousands to support individuals. This support can range from supplying adapted tricycles, specialist car seats, mood lighting for sensory rooms and powered wheelchairs.

Max age
18
Max funding
£2.5k

Available for:
WheelchairsPowerchairsMobility Aids

www.comediansgolfingsociety.co.uk

 

The Nihal Armstrong Trust

The Nihal Armstrong Trust

Children and Young Adults
Cerebral Palsy

A small charity set up in the memory of Nihal Armstrong who help to provide children with essential pieces of equipment, communication aids or specific services that their local authority does not provide.

Max age
18
Max funding
£1k

Available for:
Mobility Aids

www.nihalarmstrongtrust.org.uk

Other Funding Options

These organisations do not directly grant funding, but can help to achieve a specific goal.

 

Aspire

Aspire

UK
Spinal Injury

Aspire Your Fund is a crowdfunding platform designed to help with the purchase of essential or specialist equipment and services either for yourself or someone you know with a spinal cord injury. We offer guidance on buying the most suitable equipment and a dedicated member of staff to ensure you raise as much money as possible for Your Fund.

 

Make a Wish

Make a Wish

Children, UK
Any Disability

Make-A-Wish Foundation UK is a charity with a single purpose – granting magical wishes to children and young people aged 3 to 17 fighting life-threatening conditions.


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