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Visit website Region: OntarioAge: All Ages Disability: Mobility This program is for people and families who have significant mobility impairments that impact their functioning for longer than one year. This program is intended to provide funding for basic home and/or vehicle modifications to help with the mobility issues.
Visit website Region: Town of Georgina, Ontario Age: Children, 15 and under Families without much money (low income) can get up to $500 for each child, each year to help pay for programs in the community. The child does not need to have a disability to get this money but must reside in the Town of […]
Visit website Region: OntarioAge: First Nations children under 18 Jordan’s Principle helps First Nations families living anywhere across Ontario to pay for health, social and education supports.
Visit website Region: Ontario Age: Children, 18 and under This charity gives money to families of children with disabilities and who are having a very hard time (in crisis). This money can be used to pay rent or bills, or it can pay for respite or wellness programs.
Visit website Region: Ontario Age: Children, age 3 – 18 This grant gives you up to $900 each year to pay for incontinence supplies like diapers, Attends, Swimmers, or foley catheters. You only need to apply once and if your needs don’t change then you get a cheque every 6 months until the child turns 18.
Visit website Region: CanadaAge: All Ages This program gives money to people in need (low income) to help pay for food, clothing, shoes and household items. You do not need to have a disability to get this money.