The Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation, Inc., provides myoelectric prosthesis to children born without or lost an arm or hand through disease or accident. The clinics work with the Foundation to also provide for recycling and distribution of myoelectric limbs.
The Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation, Inc. was incorporated in the United States in August 1988. Its overall mission, adopted in 1997, is to further understanding among all people through tangible and effective programs of a philanthropic, charitable, or educational nature.
The children's Myoelectric Limb Project provides an avenue for children whose insurance or family circumstances do not allow them to benefit from the latest updated technology. Turning "disabilities into possibilities" is not a dream but a reality of the Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation.
Hanger Prosthetics and Orthotics, Inc. with over 600 clinics nationwide works with the Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation, Inc. by bringing new technology to those in need.
The Foundation receives support from professionals in the field of myoelectric prostheses for children. These professionals offer knowledge and encouragement. You can help enable limb deficient children grow and participate in many two-handed activities of this world. Help us "Give a Child a Hand" with a generous donation.
The Inner Wheel U.S.A. Foundation is a non-profit 501c3 tax exempt organization under the IRS code. Contributions are welcomed from individual Inner Wheel Clubs and Districts, as well as from sources outside the organization. All charitable contributions are tax deductible. Certificates and letters of acknowledgement will be issued upon receipt of Contribution.
Recognition levels include the following:
||$100 - $999
Rose Council Pin
||$1,000 - $1,999
||$2,000 - $4,999
||$5,000 - $9,999
||$10,000 - $24,999
||$25,000 and above
A sustaining contributor is any individual, group or business who donated, or in who’s name a gift is made, at a minimum of $100.00 with the commitment to accrue a total of $1,000.00 within a ten-year period. Sustaining contributors are eligible for the Rose Council when this total is achieved.
Benefactor recognition is given to anyone who informs the Inner Wheel Foundation in writing that he or she has made provisions in a will or other final estate plan for a contribution benefiting the Children’s Myoelectric Limb Project. Contributions are recognized by the addition of gold leaves to the Rose Council pin.