Connect Programs

Connect aims to bridge gaps in services for people with a variety of challenges.


Smiling young boy in wheelchair with his smiling mother standing behind him out of focus

ConnectAbility of MN has an amazing Donated Equipment Program.  Our programs benefit both sides of the donations.

As a donor, we provide a place to bring your used accessibility equipment.  We provide a charitable donation tax receipt and ensure that the equipment will be provided to someone else who can use it at no cost to them.

As a recipient, we provide clean, refurbished equipment to people or families that need it at no cost.

To learn more about this program, including available equipment in your area, click the button below.


Two smiling grandparents holding their smiling granddaughter

The Age-Friendly program is a wonderful grant and donation-funded program.  The programs supported vary throughout the year as we are awarded various grants and directed donations.

Please see below for our currently available programs.

Adaptive Toys


With our community partnership with Courage Kenny and a generous grant through the Central Minnesota Noon Optimist Club, we are able to give away over 50 young child toys that have been adapted with switch buttons!



Through a generous grant from the United Way Central MN fund, we are able to provide transportation in Sherburne, Benton, Stearns, and Wright counties for the purpose of food sourcing, job seeking, mental health support, and medical appointments.  This is a limited funding program and will be administered on a first come/served monthly basis.

Please use the application form below to see if we can help you/your client.


Three young girls wearing Halloween costumes

ConnectAbility has been providing community-inclusive events for families for decades.

For 2023 we are excited to be starting a Super Strikers adaptive bowling league. There will be two dates per month for three months starting in January.

Click the button below for information and to register.


The annual Halloween Party has been proving a safe, fun, and inclusive experience for children and families from across the state for decades.  We are excited to host again this year!

Click the button below for information and to register.

Accessible Bowling Program logo featuring 3 bowling pins

Attention St. Cloud Area!

Thank you to those who participated in our winter Super Strikers league, registration is now closed.

We hope to put on more Super Strikers events this year. Stay tuned!

Annual Halloween event logo featuring a graveyard

2023 event details coming soon!

There is no cost, but all participants must register so we can get an accurate count of candy and gift bags.

Accessible Bowling Program logo featuring 3 bowling pins

Attention Duluth Area!

Thank you to those who participated in our Super Strikers events in Duluth.

We hope to put on more events in the future!


Woman laying on bed with her arms spread wide and luggage on the bed

You’ve secured respite services for your loved one. Reset Connection is here to help make your time away more enjoyable.

When a person secures respite services, ConnectAbility of MN will partner with local restaurants, hotels, and entertainment providers to secure donated gift cards for the care provider(s) to use while they rest, refresh, and re-energize.

Please complete the referral form below. Once submitted, a team member will reach out to you to follow up.

ConnectAbility of MN is a non-profit organization that supports people with physical and invisible barriers.  It is our pleasure, through this program, to also support their families. All services and gift cards are provided at no charge.


Smiling young boy in red wheelchair playing with wooden blocks

The Adaptive Equipment Connection is an amazing financial assistance program that is funded by grants, corporate donations, and private donations.

This program allows us to bridge the gaps when items are needed but the person or family can not afford them.

Click the button below to learn more and find the application.


Smiling young boy in red wheelchair playing with wooden blocks

The goal of an Assistive Technology Lab is to provide technology access and support for individuals with physical and invisible barriers.

This Lab allows individuals the opportunity to learn about a variety of Assistive Technologies and try it out in person.

ConnectAbility of MN’s Assistive Technology Lab focuses on vision, hearing, mobility, education, employment, and community support through Assistive Technology.

Click the button below to see the items in our lab.