Please check links below to see who we support
We work closely with national and local disability charities, organisations and businesses who we can trust to provide outstanding service to our mutual customers. Further down, you will find a list of charities who offer funding options to some individuals.
Mission Motorsport aim to aid in the recovery and rehabilitation of veterans affected by Military operations, providing opportunities throughout motorsport.
This beautifully converted barn has facilities for guests from the most severely disabled, requiring full assistance, to the less disabled.
The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair, using their Government funded mobility allowance.
Tavistock Area Support Services (TASS) is a charity that delivers valuable services to older and disabled people in Tavistock and the surrounding areas.
Westcountry WAV’S & Vehicles is a used car dealer specialising in WAVS or Wheelchair and Scooter Accessible Vehicles as well as quality vehicles primarily to the Westcountry – South West. TEL: 07799 676285 or 01752 897076
Charities to help with funding mobility products
Variety Club Childrens Charity
The Variety Club Childrens charity, since 1988 have provided over 3700 mobility aids to children and young people across the UK including manual, powered and sports wheelchairs and buggies.
The True Colours Trust Operates a small grant programme to support small local organisations and projects that help disabled children and their families, they provide one-off grants up to £10,000. The Trustees are keen to support: Hydrotherapy pools, Multi sensory rooms, Mini buses, Young carers projects, Sibling projects, Bereavement support. Applications should be made using the on-line application form which requests project details and information on the organisation
The Mobility Trust
The Mobility trust provides funding towards scooters and powered wheelchairs for disabled children and adults. Grants are available purely for equipment that is not available from statutory sources and when the disabled person is unable to purchase for themselves