Your support changes lives!



Each year, WillPower grants approximately $40,000 to help our friends and neighbors with different abilities afford the products and services they need, but cannot afford. We can’t do this without your support. Scroll down to see all the ways you can make a gift.

Ways To Give: 

Power Partner Club

As a small nonprofit, it’s vital for us to maintain steady and consistent funding. By making an automatic, monthly gift to WillPower, you can help us ensure that we can remain focused on our mission without worrying if we will have enough funding to continue to support our community.

Join the Club and Make a Difference Today!


Donate as an individual

Please consider making a gift today to help empower our friends and neighbors with different abilities.


Become a Corporate Sponsor

Is your organization interested in aligning with WillPower Foundation’s mission to provide financial support that emPOWERS Western Massachusetts families and individuals with different abilities to meet their unique needs? WillPower Foundation runs a number of events which each provide varied opportunities to showcase your business.


Sign Up for Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as However, if you shop on AmazonSmile, they will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Go to and select WillPower Foundation as your charity of choice.


Donate on Facebook

Follow up on Facebook Set up a fundraiser to benefit WillPower families and ask for donations to honor your birthday, anniversary, or #GivingTuesday!


Your support helps kids like Ingrid

Ingrid has unilateral vocal chord paralysis and needs a tracheostomy. Infants typically require a good deal of baggage to get out and about, but the necessary additional and heavy equipment Ingrid needs at all times (airway bag, portable suction, portable oxygen tank, etc) prohibits her family from leaving the house most days. WillPower provided Ingrid with a smaller portable suction machine so that her family can do everything any other family without a baby dependent on a trach can do.