other organizations that have helped giving songs families

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Penrickton Center for Blind Children

Penrickton Center, established in 1952, is a private, non-profit five day residential and day care agency serving blind, multi- disabled children ages one through twelve. Penrickton Center is located in Taylor, Michigan. 


 www.penrickton.com 

Michigan Children with Special Needs Fund

The Children with Special Needs Fund provides support for children in Michigan with special health care needs not available through any other funding source. The Fund helps with the purchase of equipment and services that promote optimal health, mobility, and development, enhancing the lives of children and their families. 


 www.michigan.gov/csnfund/ 

Emily Ann Griffin Foundation

The Emily Ann Griffin Foundation was established in the spring of 2002 in the memory of a delightful, spirited, red-haired little girl who, despite her special needs, radiated love through her precious smile. The foundation has been able to touch the lives of families who are not able to afford the costly medical equipment often prescribed to support and enhance their child’s life. 


 www.eagf.org/ 

First Hand Foundation

First Hand provides funding for children whose families cannot afford medical care, equipment,  vehicle modifications, or displacement related to care.  Please review their assistance criteria and financial guidelines to determine if your child qualifies for funding.  


www.firsthandfoundation.org

The Rainbow Connection

The Rainbow Connection makes wishes come true for Michigan children with  life threatening medical conditions.  Founded  by L. Brooks Patterson and incorporated in 1985 as a wish granting  organization, the Rainbow Connection  has granted the wishes of more  than 3,600 Michigan children as well  as provided special assistance,  enhancements, and support to wish families when needed. 


www.rainbowconnection.org

Little Bear Sees

Little Bear Sees is a website run by parents of a child with CVI (cortical visual impairment). Their mission is to pass on information and tips they have learned to other parents and caregivers of children with CVI.


www.littlebearsees.org

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