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The Hanger Foundation Awards $120,000 in Grants to Fall 2021 Recipients


AUSTIN, Texas – November 30, 2021 The Hanger Foundation awarded its second and final round of 2021 Empowerment Grants, giving a total of $120,000 to 13 non-profit organizations. Grant recipients include local and national organizations serving a variety of communities, including repeat award recipients as well as new recipients.

Congratulations to the 2021 Hanger Foundation Fall Empowerment Community Grant Recipients:

During the year’s first giving cycle, the Hanger Foundation awarded $120,000 in grants via 13 Empowerment Community Grants and one 2021 Empowerment Signature Grant to Camp No Limits, bringing total grant awards for 2021 to $240,000. 

Camp No Limits strives to be the leading camp for young people with limb loss or limb difference in the United States. Camp No Limits encourages families to attend with their loved one, and provides campers with education, peer support, and physical and occupational therapy. Camp No Limits’ ultimate goal is to help campers feel a sense of belonging, make life-long friends, and know that they are capable of achieving their dreams. To date, Hanger Foundation has been able to send over 5,000 families to Camp No Limits. In addition to the financial contribution, Hanger employees volunteer their time to help staff the camps and provide encouragement and support to the campers.

The mission of the Hanger Foundation is to advance our communities by supporting 501c3 organizations that help people with physical challenges live life as fully as possible. Since its first grant award to Angel City Games in May 2015, the Foundation has donated over $1.6 million to 80 organizations.  To learn more about the grant process, previous grant recipients, and how you can get involved, visit:

About the Hanger Foundation

The Hanger Foundation was founded in 2009 by Hanger, Inc., a leading provider of orthotic and prosthetic patient care services and solutions. Hanger's heritage of charitable giving began over 160 years ago. For many years, Hanger clinicians and employees consistently and generously donated millions of dollars in care and financial contributions to a variety of causes, including hardship cases in their own communities. In 2009, Hanger formalized and increased its philanthropic work by establishing a non-profit organization, the Hanger Foundation. For more information, visit:


Krisita Burket, Hanger, Inc. 

Meghan Williams, Hanger, Inc.

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