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When insurance falls short, we step in. The Invisibly-Visible Foundation provides grants for essential equipment and home modifications to empower those with muscular dystrophy and neuromuscular conditions. Your donation helps us offer more than just aid; it provides a fresh start and the means for true independence.

Invisibly-Visible Foundation Grants

Every dollar you give is more than a donation; it's a pledge of support to individuals striving for autonomy in their daily lives. It's about the freedom to move within their homes, the joy of self-reliance, and the dignity of living life on their own terms. Your generosity becomes the bridge from need to fulfillment.

Why Your Contribution Matter

  • Home Modifications: Your donation can transform a house into a safe, accessible home. Funds may go towards building ramps or modifying bathrooms to be wheelchair-friendly.


  • Essential Equipment: Contributions could provide specialized wheelchairs, mobility aids, or other vital equipment that insurance doesn’t cover.

  • Medical Supplies: From necessary daily supplies to specialized medical items, your generosity helps cover the costs that give comfort and care.

  • Direct Support to Recipients: Every penny you donate goes directly to the individuals in need, as grants up to $1,000, paid straight to the vendors providing the equipment or service.

  • Empowering Independence: By fulfilling specific needs, donations grant individuals the ability to live more independently and with dignity.

  • Maximizing Impact: We ensure that your donations are used efficiently, with every application thoroughly reviewed to support those with the greatest need.

Remember, as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, your contributions to the Invisibly-Visible Foundation are also tax-deductible.

Where Your Donation Goes


Transform Lives with Your Generosity

Every contribution you make helps in autonomy for individuals battling daily unseen challenges.

Join our mission in making a difference! Your time and talents can help enhance the lives of those with muscular dystrophy and neuromuscular conditions.

Volunteer Sign-Up Form

Preferred Volunteer Roles

Do you have any experience working with individuals with disabilities?
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