Our Mission is to ease the burdens of families with children with special needs by raising money for adaptive equipment not covered by health insurance.

Families who have received help will in return raise funds for another family in need —

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Welcome to our website

Fund It Forward is a volunteer run non-profit organization which believes that parents of children with special needs are strong, willing and able to endure daily struggles.
They advocate every day to help their children gain independence. Many things do not come easily for these families; they fight insurance companies to approve equipment, pay expensive medical bills, and sometimes even battle with medical professionals to get their children the excellent care they deserve.

Because of the constant battles to provide the best quality of life for their children, Fund It Forward believes these families deserve help in addressing their concerns: We help them obtain expensive medical and adaptive equipment such as augmentative communication devices, bathing and feeding chairs, enclosed beds or sensory equipment.
These devices can dramatically aid a family struggling to meet the needs of a disabled child.



What "Funding it Forward" means

We help families receive much needed equipment. In return, they will raise money that will help another special needs child receive help.


How you can get help

We will serve anyone with a diagnosed disability or medical condition who is in need of a medical device or equipment that can enhance his or her life.



Who we have helped

Click here to read how FUND IT FORWARD has helped families with special needs children.


Make a difference

Take part in our 100 gives $100 campaign. A one time donation of $100 can go a long way in helping a special needs child obtaining much needed equipment.


Sign up for Amazon SMILE

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Fund It Forward every time you shop, at no cost to you.



Give through United Way

Fund It Forward has been approved to receive funds through the United Way of Allegheny County Campaign.