Since 2002, HCCI has been able to donate more than $150,000 to help more than 150 children in need. We rely on the generous donations that come from you to assist those in need.
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Fourteen year old C.J. is autistic. He is non-verbal and unable to express wants and needs, which led to someRead more.
Madison has Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome as well as Epilepsy. A special tricycle would help Madison physically develop, as well as allow herRead more.
“To say these hearing aids are a true blessing is a HUGE understatement. When I dropped Nicholas off at theRead more.
Dear HCCI, On behalf of my family, we wanted to say thanks so much for purchasing the Rifton tricycle forRead more.
Carson is autistic and does not verbally communicate. He requires a device to express his needs and wants, as wellRead more.
Aletha & Jake
Aletha and Jake come from a family of five children, where their mom and the three oldest children have hearingRead more.
Taylor was able to pedal an adapted tricycle on her own, however she did not have the balance or strengthRead more.
Eric has very high frequency hearing loss and needed new hearing aids, but Medicare would not cover the cost. WithRead more.
Meet four year old Therese and see her new power wheel chair. Watch the video of Therese using her chairRead more.
Five year old Ethan just wanted to ride his bike with his brothers. His family was unable to pay forRead more.
Meg has been hard of hearing since she was born. She received her first set of hearing aids when sheRead more.
Emma is autistic with delayed motor and cognitive skills. She used an adaptive tricycles during therapy, but only for oneRead more.