Since 2006, the Special Kids Fund (SKF) has been dedicated to providing access to adapted mobility vehicles for those in need through the MagicMobility program. This program is designed to collect donated accessible vans and transfer them to families of individuals with disabilities. SKF also works to provide funding for families to purchase a handicap van conversion and have dealerships refurbish older and higher mileage vans for the needy.
What began years ago as SKF’s local “Donate a Car” fundraiser, asking those who do not need their wheelchair accessible van anymore to donate it to a family in need, has grown to be a nationwide program to fit the needs of those around the country. Because of the dedication and generous donations of those involved with SKF, this organization is now best known for their wheelchair van assistance program for the underprivileged.
The name of one of SKF’s founders, Jerry Greenfield, may sound familiar as a part of your favorite ice cream brand’s delicious duo Ben & Jerry’s. Also, if you’ve watched Seinfeld you may know co-star Jason Alexander, who is another one of the organization’s founders. These founders, along with all the other dedicated SKF partners, have brought their wisdom and experience to guide this organization to success.
NMEDA’s Partnership with SFK’s MagicMobility
NMEDA and SKF share a common goal of providing wheelchair accessible vehicles to those in need. NMEDA is proud to partner with SKF through the MagicMobility program to improve the lives of others through the use of quality accessible transportation. Through this partnership, NMEDA hopes to raise awareness about resources offered by SKF to help people with disabilities get one step closer to living a more mobile lifestyle. For more information about this partnership or to apply for assistance through SKF, contact Daniel Goodman, Founder and President at email@example.com or 732-397-5056
SKF uses CharityChoice, a leader in creating channels for charitable giving for over 1000 charities, to help increase awareness and donations for the MagicalMobility program. The two services tied to SKF on CharityChoice are the Charity Gift Cards and Donate Your Gift Card Balance programs. CharityChoice is an ‘Official Donation Site’ of the American Red Cross and all donations, whether through CharityChoice or directly to SFK’s MagicMobility program, are tax-deductible. To learn more about becoming a donor, visit www.DonateYourCard.org and www.MagicMobility.org.
The National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) is an advocate of mobility and accessibility for drivers with disabilities. If you need help with converting or buying a handicap accessible van, car or truck, please consider one of our Quality Assurance Program mobility equipment dealers.