MOBILITY EQUIPMENT FINANCING:
AFFIRM FINANCING – Affirm offers financing instantly and directly though our website. Pick your mobility equipment apply online and select Affirm at checkout.
ALLY FINANCING – Ally Bank offers financing on Scooters, Power Chairs Vehicle Lifts and other mobility equipment
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VEHICLE FINANCING
- BraunAbility Finance: can get you on the road to affordable mobility with competitive interest rates and custom-structured programs for wheelchair van financing.
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- Several Local Banks & Credit Unions: SELCO Community Credit Union, Oregon Community Credit Union, MAPS Credit Union, US Bank, and more. Just call one of our mobility consultants today for more information.
- Brandl Mobility Finance: Finances 2014 and Newer Wheelchair Vans with Less than $100,000 Miles
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- Assistive Technology offers resources so people with disabilities are able to obtain assistive technology. The agency offers programs including funding and training. Contact: 541-440-4791.
- Incight Education offers a scholarship for those with disabilities. The scholarship is used for those who are full-time students at a trade school, college or university. Contact: 971-244-0305.
- The Blanche Fischer Foundation provides grants to those with physical disabilities residing in the state of Oregon. To be considered, residents must show a financial need for funding relating directly to the disability. Grants can be used to pay for disability equipment, access ramps and transportation to related conferences. Contact: 503-819-8205.
- Bobby Jones Open Assistance Grant from the American Syringomyelia & Chiari Association (ASAP) offers assistance in purchasing adaptive equipment and assistive devices. Contact: American Syringomyelia & Chiari Association, 800-272-7282.
- Byran Riesch Paralysis Foundation offers grants up to $10,000 to individuals with spinal cord injury to assist with payment for vehicle modifications, wheelchairs and ramps. Contact: BRPF Charitable Grants, 262-547-2083, email@example.com.
- G.O.A.L.S. Inc. (Go Out And Live Successfully) helps people with spinal cord injuries; funding is dedicated to items such as wheelchairs, ceiling lifts, stair glides, repairs to vans. Contact: G.O.A.L.S. Inc., 561-212-6499.
- The Kelly Brush Foundation Individual Grant Program awards grants to individuals with paralysis due to a spinal cord injury (SCI). The purpose of the individual grant program is to increase participation in adaptive sports and recreation activities and improve the quality of life for individuals living with SCI. http://kellybrushfoundation.org/
- Kya’s Krusade offers support for children (age 18 years and less) who have arthrogryposis or other physical disabilities. Fund provides up to $1,000 for mobility aids and other equipment. Contact: Kya’s Krusade Funding Assistance, 614-750-2198, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation (MDFF) offers adaptive equipment to individuals and families affected by any one of 40 neuromuscular diseases. Contact: Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation, 800-544-1213.
- Multiple Sclerosis Foundation offers an Assistive Technology Program that provides products, such as vehicle modification and other mobility devices. Brighter Tomorrow offers up to $1,000 per person to improve quality of life for those with MS, such as wheelchair ramps. Contact: MSF Programs, 888-673-6287, email@example.com.
- SCORE (Spinal Cord Opportunities for Rehabilitation Endowment) helps individuals with spinal cord injuries (preference to young people injured while participating in sports) to fund items such as vehicle adaptations. Contact: SCORE, 323-655-8298, firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Travis Roy Foundation offers grants (ranging from $4,000 to $7,500) to paraplegics or quadriplegics paralyzed due to spinal cord injury. Contact: Travis Roy Foundation, 617-619- 8257.
- United Spinal Association offers a maximum grant of $500 through the Adaptive Automotive Grant to help in installing/adapting an auto. Contact: United Spinal Association, 800-404-2898.
- Wheels with Wings can provide financial support to individuals who have suffered a spinal cord injury and are in need of services or equipment. From wheelchairs to vehicle and home modifications to rehabilitation – Wheels With Wings offers grants for those in need. http://www.wheelswithwings.org/
- Spinalcord.org – Housing, mortgages and financial help.
- Disability.gov/employment – Find info on employment.
- Disabilityrights.org/faq.htm – Offers advice and referrals to all on employment, free medication, social security benefits, tax benefits and more.
- Disabled-world.com – Provides a list of scholarships for people with disabilities and qualification criteria.
- SBA.gov – This page offers resources to help people with disabilities start, grow and manage a small business.
- Mobility Rebate Programs – Many vehicle manufacturers (Ford, GM, Toyota, etc.) provide rebates to purchasers of new vehicles that require modifications for disabilities. Click here for more information.
- State Agencies – Every state has a Vocational Rehabilitation Program. These are state funded programs that assist disabled individuals to get back into or remain in the workplace. In some cases they provide funding for vehicle modifications. Click here to find an Office of Vocational Rehabilitation in your area.
- Veterans Administration – The Veterans Administration funds mobility equipment for qualifying veterans. Go to our Veterans page for more information