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The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project

The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project


4100 N Wickham Rd suite 107a 202, Melbourne, FL, USA


What We do

We work with families of children with lifelong disabilities to make their lives more rewarding and comfortable than they ever believed possible.

HOW We do it

We collaborate with other organizations in our community to provide therapeutic, multi-sensory activities to individuals with developmental differences. We connect families. We empower parents. We champion quality of life.

GET Involved

The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project recognizes the challenges that all families face. We rally together donors, partners and volunteers in support of the children and families who need it the most. Join our community today!

Our programs include:
Traditions of Childhood:

A series of events for children with disabilities, their families, and their caregivers to enjoy traditional childhood experiences in a sensory friendly environment, in collaboration with other like-minded organizations in our community.

Online Resource Database:

Having identified caregiver support as an essential need, we have compiled an extensive local and national resources database for those that have just been told that they will now be a lifetime caregiver for their loved one.

Morgan’s Legacy Gift Program:

Through Morgan’s Legacy Gift Program, The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project provides adaptive equipment, sensory supplies, conference travel and registrations, and other non-cash resources to families of children with disabilities to improve their quality of life. This is meant to be a funding of last resort for families.

Morgan’s Equipment Exchange:

Facilitates the exchange of gently used medical equipment to families of children with disabilities to improve their quality of life.

DIY Sensory Environments at Home:

A video series in which the host shows families how to to create a multi-sensory environment in their own homes.

Ask the Expert:

A video series in which medical experts answer questions from people with disabilities, families and caregivers.

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