Giving Children with Special Needs the Tools for IndependenceThe Kids Equipment Network
If you know a child who is in need of adaptive equipment, please click receive equipment above to complete an application.
Save the date!!
The Kids Equipment Network annual fundraiser golf outing
Old Orchard CC in Mount Prospect
Saturday September 10th 1:30pm
- lunch at the turn
- hole in one contest
- and more
See our events page for more details!
Our Mission and Vision
As a non-profit 501c3, we’re dedicated to connecting children with special needs to durable, adaptive equipment that helps them thrive. By growing our financial resources, we’re better able to provide equipment to every family with little to no funding that requests assistance at no cost. This helps kids with special needs—from birth to age 21—embrace their lives and become active, independent members of their communities.
We Need Space!
One of our top priorities is finding space (at little or no cost) to store our equipment. We’re also looking for a realtor or landlord who can help us acquire a building or piece of property to call home. This would provide us with the necessary space to store our equipment and hold our monthly equipment clinics.
Dedicated TKEN volunteers
Years of service
Pieces of equipment donated
I cannot describe in words how thankful I am to your foundation for providing my little girl with the equipment she needed. My daughter Jaiden, has a power chair and we needed a back up manual chair for when the power chair has issues. We are so grateful to have found another one thanks to your foundation.
Amy S., TKEN Parent
Our kids’ success is our success
From manual wheelchairs to customized standing equipment, our families know what they need. And for more than a decade, we’ve been here to listen and connect them with the tools to help kids succeed. For every smile and every movement made easier, our kids remind us why we do what we do.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Donate to change a child’s life
A piece of adaptive equipment often means the difference between a life of limitations and a life of independence for a child. Please consider a monetary or equipment donation today.
Illinois ABLE program
ATTENTION ILLINOIS RESIDENTS!!!!! Illinois State Treasurer Michael W. Frerichs and the State Treasurer’s office developed the The Illinois ABLE program, a tax-advantaged investment program that provides persons with blindness or disabilities the option to save for disability-related expenses without putting their federal means tested benefits at risk. Call (888) 609-8683 or learn more at https://illinoistreasurer.gov/Individuals/ABLE