Grants & Equipment

Triumph Foundation assists people with spinal cord injury (SCI) to get necessary equipment, supplies, and services. Individuals who are dealing with paralysis are often discharged from a hospital without a wheelchair to go home in; without necessary supplies for daily care; without the ability to enter their home due to a lack of accessibility; and without other essential goods and services.

These critical items will enable someone to live a more functional, fulfilling, and independent life, but inadequate health insurance coverage and financial hardship keep it out of reach. Triumph works to bridge that gap thru our Keep Moving Forward (KMF) Grant program, our Employment Achievement Award, and our Equipment & Supply Exchange.

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Keep Moving Forward Grant

Triumph’s Keep Moving Forward (KMF) Grant is for people with spinal cord injury that have limited financial capability to help them triumph over obstacles they face and enhance their quality of life.

Triumph’s KMF Grants helps individuals get necessary Adaptive Equipment for activities of daily living, make Home Modifications for wheelchair accessibility, enable the Return to Work reintegrating back into the community, and maintain Therapeutic Activities for health and wellness.

Applicants must be citizens of the United States of America, with priority given to Southern California residents. Applications are reviewed by Board of Directors every 30-90 days, the maximum grant is $2,000 when funds are available, and are paid directly to the vendor (no cash assistance to individuals).

Partial Payments toward larger items (i.e. vehicles) will not be considered unless all payments are already in place for the total amount. For example, if requesting $2,000 toward a $20,000 purchase, you must have already obtained $18,000 to complete the transaction.

Applications are available upon request by email info@Triumph-Foundation.org.

 

Employment Achievement Award

Triumph Foundation's Employment Achievement Award provides financial assistance to people with SCI to return to work, achieve more success with current employer, for a license, product, or equipment that will enable you to start a business, and/or increase their workplace success. The goal is to help people who suffer paralyzing accidents to become productive members of the community.

  • Application to be submitted with a detailed budget describing how the funds would enable you to obtain employment, achieve more success at your job, or start an entrepreneurial venture.
  • Maximum Award is $5,000.

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Equipment & Supply Exchange
Triumph facilitates a recycling program that helps pair people in need of adaptive equipment & supplies with people who have items to donate. We help repurpose used durable medical goods.

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