Who We Are

Our volunteer-run organization provides financial assistance to disabled individuals for expenses related to physical therapy, medical equipment, living expenses, and other costs associated with their disability. We evaluate each request on a case-by-case basis to help them stay active in their communities.

Our Goal

Providing financial assistance for people with disabilities to cover costs such as physical therapy, medical and sports equipment, living expenses, and other related expenses, enabling them to remain active in their communities.

Why What We Do Matters


There are about 42.5M disabled Americans, which accounts for 13% of our population.


Due to extra costs, disabled adults need an extra $17,690 per year to have the same quality of living as non-disabled adults.

10x More

Raising a non-disabled child age 0–18 costs an average of $250K. That number goes up to $2.5M with disabled children.

Meet the Team

Our team is made up of talented and passionate individuals from various backgrounds, all working together towards a common goal of making a difference in the world.

Stacy Fuson

Stacy Fuson

Founder / Executive Director

Stacy Fuson is a versatile personality who has excelled in a range of fields, including modeling, acting, spokesperson work, and entrepreneurship. She holds a BA in Business Management and Organizational Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. Stacy is widely known for her selflessness and unwavering commitment to volunteer work, particularly for organizations like Wounded Warriors, Richard Karn Foundation, Toys for Tots, and Phoenix Children’s Hospital. She also actively participates in charity poker tournaments featuring celebrities. Inspired by her mother’s battle with polio and her own experiences while visiting doctors, Stacy established The Stacy Fuson Foundation to support disabled individuals.

Ed Troyer

Ed Troyer


Detective Ed Troyer has been in charge of media and public relations for the Pierce County Sheriff’s office for more than three decades. He is also the Executive Director of the Tacoma-Pierce County Crime Stoppers program, which works closely with the media and the public to apprehend dangerous fugitives and support underprivileged youth. Additionally, Det. Troyer is a board member and the Chair of TAPCO Credit Union, which manages assets worth $340 million. He was designated as a Washington State Gambling Commissioner in 2015. Det. Troyer also established the Wishfactory Foundation to assist children and has devoted his time as a volunteer to Special Olympics Washington.

Kathy Loppnow

Kathy Loppnow


Kathy Loppnow is a financial consultant for Michels Management Services LLC, with a career that spans various industries across the US. In the past, she served as Treasurer for the University of Wisconsin – Fond du Lac Foundation. Her involvement in charitable organizations has taught her the importance of educating young communities. Raised on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, Kathy inherited her mother’s strong work ethic and compassion for those in need. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater and previously worked in Public Accounting before joining a construction contractor in Wisconsin. Kathy is passionate about advocating for the disadvantaged and making a positive impact in their lives.

Brad Bondi

Brad Bondi


Brad Bondi is an accomplished litigation attorney and partner at Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP, which has offices in Washington, DC, and New York. He currently serves as the chair of the firm’s White Collar and Government Investigations Practice Group, where he leverages his over 20 years of experience representing companies, financial institutions, and senior executives in high-stakes litigation and investigations. In addition to his legal practice, Brad is also a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center and George Mason University School of Law. He is a passionate advocate for charitable and civic organizations and remains actively involved in several of them.

Jen Chaillie

Jen Chaillie

Board Member

Jen Chaillie is a licensed clinical social worker who has been working in the mental health field for over 19 years. In 2011, she sustained a spinal cord injury which resulted in her being paralyzed from the chest down. However, she hasn’t let that stop her from leading an active life. In her free time, she enjoys participating in various activities such as wheelchair rugby, scuba diving, weight lifting, hand-cycling, swimming, waterskiing, kayaking, and more. Jen was also previously with the nonprofit Will2Walk Foundation for 12 years where she oversaw the scholarship program designed to help individuals with spinal cord injuries.

Lend a Hand

Lend a hand by donating, sponsoring, attending, or volunteering at our events. Your donations will enable us to continue our volunteer work and provide aid to those in need. Together, we can create opportunities for people with disabilities to lead fulfilling lives, promoting inclusivity and creating lasting change.