To qualify for assistance, applicants must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Be 20 years of age or younger
  • Be a Texas resident
  • Have a diagnosed disability
  • Have a letter of recommendation from a healthcare professional (therapist, doctor, nurse case manager, etc.) confirming need for requested item or service
  • Have pursued other funding options before Chari-T2000 (ex: insurance, personal finances, etc.), including being able to demonstrate a good faith effort in researching price comparisons or asking vendors about financing options or discounts
  • Be able to provide denial letter or explanation of non-coverage if applicant has medical insurance or government funding (DARS, MDCP, CLASS, etc.)
  • For any requests involving vehicles, vehicle must not be greater than 10 years old or must have fewer than 100,000 mi (VEHICLE MODIFICATION DETAILS)
  • Applicants are required to provide a portion of the funding for any approved item that costs over $100.
  • For Requests over $3000, applicants are required to apply to at least one other charity to enable Chari-T2000 to partner funds to help meet the applicant’s need. A Social Worker will assist the applicant in identifying other fundraising options.  Applicants are encouraged to apply to multiple charities at a time.

How to Apply:

  • Click on the Application link below.
  • Supporting documents (invoice, recommendation letter, denial letter, etc.) may be uploaded with the application, emailed to info@chari-t2000.org, or mailed to:
    Chari-T2000
    2535 Lone Star Dr.
    Dallas, TX 75212.

What to Expect:

  • Chari-T2000 is a funder of last resort and will help applicants obtain alternate funding if alternate funding is available.
  • For requests under $200: applications are reviewed once all requested materials are submitted.
  • For requests over $200: applications are reviewed at the end of each QUARTER after all requested materials are submitted.
  • Applications that remain incomplete for 3 months will be closed.
  • Chari-T2000 reserves the right to refuse and/or limit any request for assistance.
  • If an application is denied due to limited funding, applicants can re-apply for the following quarter.
  • Applicants are allowed a maximum (lifetime approval) of 3 approved requests or $10,000, whichever is reached first.
  • If a request is approved, Chari-T2000 will purchase the requested item or service after the applicant’s financial contribution is received (if applicable) and after Chari-T2000 approval paperwork is signed/submitted.

Questions?
Email info@chari-t2000.org