Second, funds to pay for medical equipment not covered by health insurance may be available from community service organizations, the local public school system or from a private foundation such as the Disabled Children's Relief Fund
(402 Pennsylvania Ave.
The company also supports children-related charities such as the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, the Special Olympics, the LensCrafters "Give the Gift of Sight" program, and the Disabled Children's Relief Fund
For example, the Disabled Children's Relief Fund
offers grants to help families nationwide meet the cost of medical equipment or services for children with disabilities, particularly when such items are not covered by health insurance.