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Jennifer Ashleigh Children’s Charity

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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.

Easter Seals Incontinence Grant

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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.

Ceridian Cares

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Region: Canada
Age: 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.

Ability Gives

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Region: Ontario
Age: Children, 18 and under

This money is given for children who need special equipment like therapy bikes, lifts, walkers and splints. You can only get this money if you are a member of Ability Online.

Ottawa Hand in Hand Funding

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Region: Ottawa
Age: All Ages 

This program, from the City of Ottawa, helps people to pay for programs in their community. You may be eligible to receive up to $175 per person every year.

Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy – Activity Funding Program

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Region: Ontario  
Age: All Ages 
Disability: Cerebral Palsy 

This money is used to help people with Cerebral Palsy to do things in their community. To get this benefit you must be a member of the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy.

Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy – Life Enriching Ability Fund

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Region: Ontario
Age: All Ages
Disability: Cerebral Palsy 

This program helps pay for things that people need so that they can do things that make them happy.  To get this benefit you need to be a member of the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy.

Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy – Assistive Devices Funding Program

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Region: Ontario  
Age: All Ages 
Disability: Cerebral Palsy 

This program pays for special equipment for people with Cerebral Palsy. The money pays directly for the equipment, it does not go to the family. To get this benefit you need to be a member of the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy.

Labatt Better Together

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Region: Canada  
Age: All Ages 

This program helps families who do not have much money (low income) to pay for things like clothing, food, medical equipment and different types of therapy. The money that families may receive goes directly to the store or service provider.

Give a Miracle a Chance

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Region: Ontario
Age: Children, 18 and under
Disability: Cerebral Palsy

Give A Miracle a Chance is a charity that pays for camps and treatment programs for children with Cerebral Palsy and whose families do not have much money (low to middle income). 

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