The Kim Wallace Adaptive Equipment Loan Program, the mPower Loan Program, has temporarily suspended taking in new loan applications. Applications will not be accepted to allow the Board, with Alpha One and FAME to redesign the Program to ensure its sustainability. The suspension of new loan applications was effective at the close of business on September 29, 2017.
On December 12, 2017 the Board of the Kim Wallace Adaptive Equipment Loan Program (AELP), which is also called the “mPower Loan Program,” extended the temporary suspension for taking in new loan applications. Applications will not be accepted until February 1, 2018 to allow the Board, with Alpha One and FAME to redesign the Program to ensure its sustainability.
Do you need adaptive equipment to make your life easier?
Do you want to make your business more accessible to customers?
mPower is more than an ordinary financial loan program.
mPower provides flexible term loans to individuals with disabilities in Maine. mPower funds can be used to purchase adaptive equipment, Assistive Technology, or to make home modifications.
mPower also provides loans to Maine business owners for the purchase, construction, or installation of adaptive equipment that allows those with disabilities to be independent and to make your business more accessible.
mPower Loans of $250 to $100,000 are available to Maine residents and businesses only.
Read more about:
- Personal mPower Loans
- Business mPower Loans
- What types of adaptive equipment qualify for an mPower loan
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