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All donations are tax-deductible and aid in empowering people of all abilities

There is no amount too small.

Tax-Deductible Donations

All gifts, regardless of the amount, are important to Unlimited Care. Funds have been used in the recent past to support trips and workshops for our Ability Works Activity Program, purchasing assistive technology, creation of new programs, and many other projects.

If you wish to designate your gift for a specific purpose, please note when making your donation. Otherwise, your donation will be used where we have the most urgent need.

Alleghenies Unlimited Care Providers is approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization and all donations may be tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Unlimited Care is registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Charitable Organizations. To receive a copy of the official registration and financial information, please call 800-732-0999 within Pennsylvania or visit

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Our Funds

We are proud to operate several funds which benefit individuals on a very personal basis. All funds are structured to support and encourage independence and empowerment.

Ability Works Activity Program

Unlimited Care’s Ability Works activity program offers educational, recreational, and social opportunities to individuals with limited and varying physical, developmental, and/or intellectual abilities. Aimed to assist with happy, productive, and independent living, Ability Works is held year round and is open to other organizations and the public to attend and enjoy.

Through fundraising efforts and generous donations, Ability Works is 100% free to our participants and focuses on breaking down the barriers of social determinants these individuals face:

  1. Isolation
  2. Discrimination
  3. Socio-economic
  4. Employment
  5. Housing
  6. Education
  7. Transportation
  8. Access to Healthcare
  9. Offer opportunities for community-integration and inclusion
  10. Increase knowledge and awareness of various topics

Activities include, but are certainly not limited to:

  • Giving back to the community
  • Leisure Education
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Educational Speakers, Demonstrators, & Workshops
  • Music & Dance
  • Educational Community Outings
  • Cooking & Nutrition
Working with communication devices

Rachel's Dream

Diagnosed with cerebral palsy (CP) at a young age, Rachel Jane Gordon’s family made it their mission to carry on her beautiful memory by helping others, like Rachel, to live more independent and happy lives.

Thanks to a generous grant through the Emma Clyde Hodge Memorial Fund, the Rachel’s Dream program provides individuals with CP with needed equipment and resources to support communication, accessibility, daily activities of living, and safety.

Over the year’s, this incredible fund has provided individuals with CP with so many important needs; including:

  • Sit-to-Stand lift for easy & safe transitioning
  • iPad for communicating with loved ones
  • Grab bars for bedroom and bathroom
  • Shower chairs with safety buckles
  • Hoyer Lift replacement parts
  • “Say It, Play It” Communication Device

Danny Veigh Memorial Fund

Danny loved balloons, silly animal videos, marshmallows, and watching the traffic outside of his window along Goucher Street. Living with cerebral palsy, he made connections with his family and friends through repetitive movements and noises; letting them know when he was happy or when he was frustrated. Danny loved his many caregivers and, especially, his brother Fred.

Like Danny, an enormous amount of individuals struggle to remain independent in their own homes due to lack of resources, equipment, support, and accessibility. 

Thanks to Danny’s generous family, the Danny Veigh Fund helps to counteract these issues by working to keep all individuals (regardless of ability-level) safe, healthy, and thriving at home with the resources they need by providing:

  • Accessible Equipment | Lifts, raised toilet seats, ramps, utensils, grab bars, etc.
  • Assistive Technology | Communication devices, smart home technologies; including: smart speakers and iPads that assist users in locking doors, setting medication reminders, making lists, turning on lights, asking for help, and implementing security based on disability.
  • Community Living | The fund sponsors one of our Community Living Arrangement homes– which is now known as the Danny Veigh Home. The DV Home currently has three residents who enjoy regular life with 24/7 as-needed assistance available.

"Putt for Purpose" Mini-Golf Fundraiser - May 3, 2024

100% of the proceeds from this event support our Ability Works activity program in providing educational, recreational, and social opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Ability Works focuses on empowering individuals to support their independence, confidence, and knowledge of available, accessibly resources.

Contact Niki Ashbrook at to sponsor or register a team!

Whether you participate, donate, or simply spread the word...
your support in our mission means the world to us.

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