Community Outreach

Thank you for joining us in supporting the special needs community! 

We could not do this without YOU!

Want to do even more? Here's how:

  1. Tell us about a family or organization that needs a specific therapy tool (but lacks the resources). We send gifts each month. Contact
  2. Have a problem or know how to solve one? Give and get help from 20,000 individual parents, teachers and therapists at our award-winning Facebook community. We also re-post comments so that you are heard and answered fast. Visit
  3. Walk, run or meet to raise awareness, funding, and support for children with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, Prader-Willi syndrome, and other special needs. Contact to learn how we aid organizers.

Add a $1 Donation to your Purchase!

You can add a $1 donation to your purchase for an awesome organization that supports special needs.

This month, we are supporting Children and Adults with ADHD and the Prader Will Alliance.

When you checkout online, please select one.

Which organization should we support next? Send your nomination to -- and don't forget to tell us why you believe in the organization!

 Haiti, myLifeSpeaks

Fun and Function donated therapy equipment to help start a therapy center for children with special needs in Haiti, run by myLifespeaks. They had only an empty concrete room with a single rug on the floor.


We are the Real Deal. Commmitted and passionate about giving back:

"A big, huge thank you for the therapy items you sent us! Our therapists were delighted as were the special children! The smiles on their faces as they use your toys and tools is contagious! I will send you pictures of our children having a great time. We are so grateful to you, May you have much success!"

The Special Children’s Center

"Our PMSF Fun and Function Clubhouse was a huge success with our families who gathered from around the world. Fun and Function is leading the way in providing games, toys and activities that meet the needs of kids of all ability levels."

Jack Sweeney, Phelan- McDermid Syndrome Foundation