Home & Vehicle Modifications

Nova Funding
The National Organization for Vehicle Accessibility works to provide vehicle modification grants to individuals with disabilities throughout the United States and Canada in need of financial assistance.

Special Kid’s Fund
We also run a widely acclaimed Wheelchair Van Assistance Program, helping needy families nationwide access handicap vans for their disabled family member. We help adults and children. 

Friends of Man
Friends of Man helps people of all ages with a large variety of needs including mobility
equipment (prostheses, wheelchairs, van lifts and modifications, ramps, home
modifications), medical equipment and procedures, hearing aids, dentures, glasses, short term day care, prescriptions, COBRA/health insurance, and basic needs such as clothing for children or food. Applications are accepted only from referring professionals (health care and social workers, clergy, counselors, etc.).

Accessible Dreams–Washington, PA   
Assists families in finding accessible homes and remodeling existing homes

Score Fund
Assist with the out-of-pocket costs for items such as home modifications, vehicle adaptations and medical co-payments for spinal cord injury. Gives preference to young people injured while participating in sports.

Travis Roy Foundation
Assistance is awarded to paraplegics or quadriplegics paralyzed due to a spinal cord injury (Please Note: paralysis must be due to a spinal cord injury; paralysis due to other causes, such as MS or spina bifida, is not eligible). Examples of eligible items include upgrade and maintenance of wheelchairs, vehicle modifications (i.e., hand controls or lifts), small home modifications including ramp and lift installation, computers, and other adaptive equipment.

David Lytle Memorial Foundation
The David Lytle Memorial Foundation provide persons with spinal cord injuries with
support in acquiring assistive technology such as wheelchairs, walkers, ramps, vehicles, computer track ball devices, touch screens, and any other device used to improve the lifeof a person with a spinal cord injury. Additionally, the Foundation can provide grants or scholarships for activities such as educational and conference opportunities, camping, travel, and adaptive sporting programs.