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Donations

Donations

If you want to make a donation, I would recommend you Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (Formerly Canadian Paraplegic Association) and Children's Ability Fund. They are trusted organizations which are helping people with disabilities achieve independence, full community participation and optimal well-being. They have helped thousands of people who needed different things as beds and mattresses, wheelchairs and scooters, walkers, strollers, electronic devices, and even accessible vehicles. To find out the information on how to make a donation, please visit their websites. 

I you want to make a donation to support my project "Accessible Vacations", please use PayPal. Enter my email address (becomejoyful@gmail.com) and the amount of money. Please specify what program you would like to support.

Thank you for your kindness!



SCI

Since 1961, Spinal Cord Injury Alberta (formerly Canadian Paraplegic Association (Alberta)) has been helping Albertans with spinal cord injuries (SCI) and other physical disabilities. We are a leader in offering support, direct service, information and advocacy to people impacted by the life changing event of SCI. Our core service areas are: Rehabilitation Support and Service Coordination, Information Services, Community Development and Systemic Change and Peer Support. Whether it be assisting a newly spinal cord injured child or adult, or lobbying for better public transportation, or helping to create a more inclusive community, SCI Alberta embraces the approach that there is, "more than one way".

Follow this link to make a donation: Donate 




CAF

The Children's Ability Fund has been Active in the community since 1947. We have come a long way since 1947 when the Associated Canadian Travelers (Edmonton) Club founded the Northern Alberta Crippled Children’s Fund (NACCF) as a way to give back to the communities in Northern Alberta where they worked. Originally, the majority of requests were for specialized footwear such as leg braces to help deal with the effects of Polio.

To help celebrate our 70th Anniversary we are now accepting applications for funding assistance to children with disabilities (up to the age of 21) who reside anywhere in Alberta. Funding requests are reviewed monthly. Financial assistance is available to assist with the purchase of specialized equipment to help children and young adults with the everyday tasks that others may take for granted.

Follow this link to make a donation: Donate