Applications must be on behalf of a specific child aged 17 or under at the time of the
application who resides within a 250 mile radius of St. Louis, Missouri. Funding is available only for families of a child affected by Autism and must be for services/therapies/schooling/programs deemed to benefit said child.
Hannah and Friends provides funding for a program called Hannah's Helping Hands (HHH), which funds quality of life grants for families that care for children and adults with special needs in: Florida, Indiana (including the greater Michiana area), Kansas, Kansas City Metro Area, Rhode Island and New York. Next grant cycle will open March 1, 2015.
Variety St. Louis assists more than 1,450 St. Louis-area children covering 547 zip codes in Missouri and Illinois by providing them with durable medical equipment – including wheelchairs, augmentative speech devices, leg braces, hearing aids, prostheses, and van lifts – that empowers them to be physically independent.
The Love Fund allocates funding for a wide variety of needs in a child’s life, and each case is reviewed individually. Funding can be requested for items essential to a child’s safety and well-being, such as beds, bedding, clothing, coats, shoes, medical necessities, educational needs, counseling and so much more.
UCAN of Southeast Missouri, a 501(c)3 organization, is designed to provide individualized support for area cancer patients. Our mission is to help ease some of the burdens brought about in the wake of a cancer diagnosis, thereby enhancing the quality of life experienced by local cancer patients. If you know someone who could benefit from our services, please call our volunteer office at (573)776-1892.
The WIL Foundation (Wellness, Innovation, Learning) is committed to helping families touched by developmental delays and neurological disabilities by providing financial opportunities to access the necessary community resources that will help them achieve a sustainable quality of life.