About Kiddos' Clubhouse Foundation

Kiddos’ Clubhouse Foundation
 was established in the spring of 2007 when founders (and occupational therapists) Brett and Nell DeVore sought to offer hope to Georgia families who could not afford the associated costs of therapy services /equipment that their children with special needs required. In their years working in pediatrics, the DeVore’s realized that despite government benefits and insurance coverage, many families still lacked the financial means to provide treatment and necessary equipment for their children. As a result, this burden often led to diminished hope for their children’s future.

Kiddos’ Clubhouse Foundation
 is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides scholarships to families who are not able to secure funding for therapeutic services and/or equipment for their children. Our Mission is to shape better lives for children with special needs as we believe that all children deserve the opportunity to grow into healthy, productive adults.

Through partnerships and generous support from corporate and private donors, grants and charitable events, quarterly scholarships are awarded based on the therapeutic needs of the child and financial need of the family. With over 300,000 children with special needs living in Georgia, the charge is great and the need is prevalent.

Please join in supporting Our Vision that children with special needs of all abilities and income levels have equal access to critical therapies and equipment to make their lives better. With the resources Kiddos’ Clubhouse Foundation provides, families are enabled, financial burdens are alleviated, children receive necessary therapy, and hope is restored. Together WE can rally to relieve financial hardships and help families regain hope for their children.