See for yourself the impact Chase’s Warrior Foundation has made to the children we’ve helped along the way.
On March 30, 2013 – Chase suffered an anoxic brain injury caused by a near drowning accident in a pool while on vacation. He was non-responsive and without oxygen or a heartbeat for several minutes. It is truly a miracle that he is here with us today. Thanks to some truly selfless and quick reactions from stranger’s poolside, a vast number of incredible medical professionals, and the Lords hand, he has been given a second chance at life.
Chase’s Warrior Foundation (CWF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose vision is to make kids with special needs, and their families, happy. We turn our vision into reality by providing families and local school districts with costly adaptive and therapeutic equipment—(Tax ID # – 46-5586557)
Chase’s Warrior Foundation is a group of Community based volunteers whose mission is to Help children and their families who are affected by Altered physical conditions and/or have special needs by providing Support, thereby Enhancing the quality of their lives at home, as well as at schools.
Donations to Chase’s Warrior Foundation (CWF) are used to provide families with adaptive and therapeutic equipment that help improve their everyday lives. Since insurance doesn’t typically cover adaptive equipment, families struggle to afford the high costs, with prices ranging from several hundred dollars, up to several thousand! That’s where we step in. Here are a few examples of adaptive equipment.
Lightweight and portable, this seat provides postural support and is great for use at home or on the go.
This mobility device allows children with disabilities to stand and walk with the help of an adult.
Securely strapped into a harness, individuals with disabilities can enjoy the outdoors as they’re pushed along in this tricycle.