Support for a friend or relative with a disability can take many different forms: from providing general care to making changes and improvements to the home to improve quality of life. Whatever is needed, it can prove to be quite costly and sometimes beyond the means of the individual.
In situations like this crowdfunding can provide a good option for those wanting to raise money to support the disabled, whether that be providing infrastructure, supplies or care for an individual or support to large groups through social initiatives, crowdfunding can be a great way to raise the money you need.
Sensory garden for young autistic adults
Nia wanted to create a ‘sensory garden' at Tommscare day service for young autistic adults. They raised £582 to build water features and provide sensory plants.
Team building event
Stephen and Andy organised a team building event for 25 amputees to help reinstall their confidence, which is an essential part of rehabilitation.
Trike for Max
Others have raised money to:
Support an individual with a disabilty
Start own disability charity
Fund home improvements
Support a disability group
Purchase disability equipment and transport
Other crowdfunding categories
How does crowdfunding work
What is crowdfunding, and how can you use it to fund your appeal.
Become a crowdfunding superstar
See how to tell your story, update your supporters, and share your page to achieve success.
How to verify your account
Find out how to verify your account so that you can begin receiving funds.