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Donate Your iWALK Crutch to Charity
Donating your used iWALK crutch to charity is a great way to pay it forward! There are millions of less fortunate people around the world who are in dire need of the functional lifestyle provided by an iWALKFree crutch. Your charitable donations can be a lifesaver for someone in need. In addition, you can receive a tax deduction.
We’ve made it easy. Here’s how it works:
- The charities listed below want your donation. Click on the links for more information, then choose the charity you want to donate to.
- On the charity’s page are specific instructions on where to send your donation. You also have a donation receipt form that you can download.
- The charity will receive your crutch and return your donation receipt to you. This receipt is necessary if you take a tax deduction for the value of your donation. (Charities do not determine the value of the donation. Check with your tax professional on the allowable amount of the donation.
Adaptive Training Foundation
Adaptive Training Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity that works with people with disabilities and amputations to reach fitness goals they never thought they could reach. Founded in 2014, this foundation has been creating individualized training to people of all different shapes and sizes.
Adaptive Training Foundation’s mission is to empower the human athlete, restore hope through movement, and redefine the limits of individuals with disabilities.
Canada Africa Community Health Alliance
CACHA is a CRA registered Canadian charity that provides medical aid, supplies, equipment and education to remote African communities. Founded in 2001, this organization brings medical care to isolated rural communties in remote regions.
SERVING US VETERANS IN NEED- OOIAL (Operation Once in a Lifetime)
Operation Once in a lifetime is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization created to make the dreams of U.S. soldiers come true.” It is an operation that strives to help all veterans with the hardships of being a veteran, which can often times be recovering or living with an injury that occured while they were in service. We would like to get veterans who come home wounded and would benefit from the iWALK walking again using their donated iWALK2.0.
Globus Relief is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to improve the delivery of healthcare across the world. They do this by gathering, processing, and then distributing surplus medical and health supplies to medical missions, third-world hospitals and clinics, and domestic free clinics. Globus Relief has over 250 active charity partners around the world who benefit from your generous donations.
Hands of Hope
Hands of Hope Northwest is a faith-based humanitarian and charitable organization that distributes medical supplies and equipment to a needy world. We collect medical supplies and equipment from individuals and medical organizations and make it available to hospitals and clinics in developing countries. We also loan medical equipment for home health-care to needy individuals in our local area.
Physicians for Peace
Physicians for Peace is an international, humanitarian, non-profit, medical education organization dedicated to building peace and international friendships in developing nations with unmet medical needs and scarce resources. Donations of medical supplies and equipment are greatly valued.
Limbs For Life
The Limbs for Life Foundation is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to providing fully functional prosthetic care for individuals who cannot otherwise afford it and raising awareness of the challenges facing amputees.
World Rehabilitation Fund
Founded in 1955, the World Rehabilitation Fund is the pioneer organization devoted to the development and implementation of rehabilitation programs for people with disabilities throughout the world.
MLI is a Virginia-based non-profit organization committed to helping war-torn countries help themselves. Their current focus is eliminating the humanitarian dangers and the destabilizing effects of landmines.
VIDA (Volunteers for Inter-American Development Assistance)
VIDA has been serving underprivileged communities in Latin America since 1991 by providing them with medicines, medical supplies and equipment. VIDA provided care for over 4 million people in under-served communities throughout 12 Latin American and Caribbean countries.