Funding Resources for Multiple Sclerosis
Offers three types of grants: Self-Sufficiency Grants, Back to Work Grants and Independent Living Grants. Modest Needs’ grant programs are designed PRIMARILY to assist individuals and families who generally are able to pay their monthly bills with no help from anyone, who don’t qualify for conventional types of social or charitable assistance, and who are facing a financial crisis because they’ve encountered a single, unexpected expense they just can’t afford on their own. Applications must be completed online.
115 East 30th Street, FL 1
New York, NY 10016
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
Assistive Technology Program: may provide an AT product, help locate a product, or help with funding for a wide range of devices that allow individuals with MS to function more independently in activities of daily living, as well as recreational, educational, and vocational activities.
6520 North Andrews Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Multiple Sclerosis Helping Hands
Brings an awareness of MS to the general public and provides people with MS and their families a place to access information, receive financial assistance, and find support in living and coping with the many symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis
9792 Edmonds Way, #229
Edmonds, WA 98020
Phone: (425) 712-1804
National MS Society, Greater Washington Chapter
Direct Assistance Program: can help with various needs including – Respite services such as short term home care; Durable medical equipment and air conditioners; Accessibility modifications to homes or automobiles such as ramps and hand controls; Transportation to medical appointments; Critical one-time needs such as emergency help with utilities or rent; Health and wellness support; Prescription Assistance for disease modifying therapies due to lack of insurance or being underinsured.
192 Nickerson Street, Suite 100
Seattle, WA 98109
Contact: Lara Haydon
1-(800) 344-4867 ext: 251
Fax: (206) 284-4972
National MS Society, Inland Northwest Chapter
The Inland Northwest Chapter serves 15 counties in eastern Washington, and 10 counties in northern Idaho. The Inland Northwest Chapter area one of the highest rates of MS in the world. The Inland Northwest Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society provides a variety of supportive and educational programs to people with MS and their families.
818 E. Sharp Ave.
Spokane, WA 99202
Fax: (509) 483-1077