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47th week of 2014---Washington Funding Sources

Ben's Fund

Ben’s Fund mission through FEAT of Washington is to provide grant opportunities to Washington state families, who need financial assistance with services specifically related to their child’s autism spectrum disorder treatments. Grants up to $1000 are available to children under the age of 18 and have an ASD diagnosis.

The ISAAC Foundation

The ISAAC Foundation’s mission is to provide educational opportunities to families and economic assistance for intervention services and therapies to children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders living in Spokane, Stevens, Lincoln, Whitman, and Kootenai Counties. Grants are awarded on a quarterly basis and next deadline is December 1st.

Make A Wish of Alaska and Washington

Make A Wish is committed to the vision of granting the wishes of every eligible child. Children with life threatening medical conditions between the ages of 2 1/2 years old to 18 years old can have their wish granted.

MS Helping Hands and Donor Closet

The Greater Northwest Chapter of the National MS Society offers financial assistance as well as a medical and mobility equipment donor closet.

Washington Access Fund

An IDA is a matched savings account where low-income households can earn up to $4,000 by saving on a monthly basis. However much an individual saves, the program matches it dollar for dollar. Save a dollar—get a dollar! If the maximum is saved, they would have $8,000 to go towards their specific savings goal (assistive technology or business equipment). There are eligibility guidelines and requirements.

Wishing Star

Provides wishes to children ages 3 to 21 with life threatening or life shortening conditions. A child doesn't need to be terminal to qualify. They must reside in Spokane, the Tri-Cities or local outlying area.

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