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Washington Funding Sources

Angel Flight West

Provide passengers access to treatment at faraway medical centers; transporting blood to critically ill patients; flying special needs kids to summer camps; and many more humanitarian missions.

ARROAutism Family Holiday Assistance Project

Selected families are then given two gift cards; one from Fred Meyer’s to allow a variety of purchases, and one from New Seasons Markets to allow the purchase of quality holiday foods. Families in Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas County are nominated by their County Developmental Disabilities Program Case Manager.

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

Enhancing the live of families touched by autism through educational, emotional and financial support programs. The ISAAC Foundation provides Therapy Equipment Grants & Weighted blankets/lap pads to children diagnosed with with autism spectrum disorders living in Spokane, Stevens, Lincoln, Whitman, and Kootenai Counties.

Lifespan Respite Washington

​Lifespan Respite offers grants or vouchers, up to $1,000 per household.

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.

Meyer Medical Equipment Center

Provides a large selection of power wheelchairs, scooters, and other specialized mobility equipment to residents of King County Washington.

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.

Northwest Access Fund

Individuals have an alternative option for financing AT devices and services, home and vehicle modifications, or business equipment. Low interest loans for assistive technology, adapted vehicles, and home modifications for residents of Washington and Oregon.

Prison Pet Partnership

Trains service dogs in the Women’s prison in Gig Harbor, WA and provides dogs to people in WA, OR, ID and MT. There is a $50 application fee and, aside from the cost of the food and supplies, the dog is free. Wait time can be 1-3 years.

Steelman Family Foundation

Dedicated to helping families with non-ambulatory children under the age of eighteen acquire wheelchair accessible vehicles.

Washington Assistive Technology Act Program

Device Lending Program offers individuals the chance to borrow an assistive technology device to help them make an independent decision about what device will work best for them before making a financial commitment. Borrow a device to see what suits your needs or as a short term accommodation if your device is being repaired or while you are waiting for the arrival of a purchased device

Washington Prescription Drug Program Discount Card

Provides prescription drug discounts for those who don't have prescription drug coverage.

Wheel to Walk Foundation

Helps children with disabilities obtain medical equipment or services that is not provided by their insurance companies.

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.

Resource Guides

The Arc of Spokane & The Partnership 4 Safety

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