The mission of Zane’s Foundation, Inc. is to provide funding assistance and community educational programs for families who have children with special needs.
Through fundraising efforts and outside community grants, Zane’s Foundation will provide funding assistance to families with children who have disabilities so that they may receive necessities not covered by insurance, government agencies or other organizations. Through various community outreach programs we aim to educate and increase awareness of disabilities and special needs. Zane’s Foundation does not discriminate. We cover a vast range of disabilities while other organizations are more target-specific.
Who will benefit from this Foundation?
Families who have children with special needs and live in Northeast Ohio.
When is this funding available?
A parent or legal guardian of a child may apply for assistance once per 12-month period.
What is considered special needs?
Special needs is used to describe a life-long disability attributed to developmental and/or intellectual impairments. An individual who has an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or Individual Service Plan (ISP) is also included. These disabilities affect daily functioning in the following areas: capacity for independent living, economic self-sufficiency, learning, mobility, social skills, receptive and expressive language, self-care, and self-direction.
PO Box 1642 Stow, Ohio 44224