Our COVID-19 Response & Important Shipping Delays 

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Happy Holidays! Adaptivemall.com will be closed the following days to celebrate with our families: December 23-26, 2022 and December 30, 2022 - January 2, 2023.

WEATHER ALERT! UPDATE 4/20: Unfortunately, our business continues to not have power. Our County was hit hard by the snowstorm and several power substations are still not operational. Please email info@adaptivemall.com with any questions or concerns and we will answer you as soon as we are able. We do have a few a staff that work remotely and will do their best to answer questions as they can! Thank you for your continued patience! 

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Alternate Funding Resources

This list is intended to get you started in the process of finding available funding for a child's adaptive equipment, and does not include a complete list of options. We are happy to provide you with an estimate of cost for the equipment so that you can submit it to one of the funding sources. The funding source can remit payment to the Adaptivemall.com so the order can be placed. Here are some ways to get started researching possible funding sources for adaptive equipment from Adaptivemall.com:


Sign up for our Kiddie Pool Fundraising Program! The Kiddie Pool is a crowdfunding platform created by Adaptivemall.com to assist you with gathering funds for the special needs equipment your child could benefit from. Signing up is easy and the service is FREE!

 

Think "GoFundMe" without any fees!

  • Donations Never Expire
  • Change your goal if your needs change
  • 100% of your donations raised are yours to purchase adaptive equipment from Adaptivemall.com

Additional Funding Resources Include:

  • Check with local churches
  • Inquire with your local Bank to be placed on their donatation list
  • Ask the parent-teacher organization (PTO) at your child's school
  • Apply for a grant through various agencies such as United Cerebral Palsy or American Red Cross
  • Check with local Boy Scout or Girl Scout groups for help as part of their community service requirement
  • Contact local service organizations like the Elks Lodge, Order of Moose, Rotary Clubs, Lions Clubs etc.
  • Locate an adaptive equipment loan closet in your area
  • Network with other caretakers who may have equipment that their children have either outgrown or no longer us
  • Search for groups on social media that may make donations 

 

Submit an application and estimate of cost to nonprofit organizations and foundations that include but are not limited to the following: