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The Able Trust
Florida Bikers Care Alliance 
The Able Trust, also known as the Florida Endowment Foundation for Vocational Rehabilitation, is a 501(c)(3) public-private partnership foundation established by the Florida Legislature in 1990. Its mission is to be a key leader in providing Floridians with disabilities opportunities for successful employment.
These six Florida non-profits comprise the Florida Bikers Care Tag Alliance.  We help people with disabilities of all types live independently, be as self-sufficient as possible, find employment, and maintain their quality of life.  Please visit our websites to learn about each organization's unique programs, services, and mission.

Proceeds from the Bikers Care tag are shared among these six agencies to improve the lives of thousands of citizens every year.
Preserve Vision Florida, Inc.
Preserve Vision Florida, Inc. is the state’s leading sight-saving organization. Our mission is to prevent blindness and preserve sight. Founded in 1957, we promote a lifetime of healthy vision through screening, education and research.
Florida Assoc. for Centers for 
Independent Living
Centers for Independent Living (CILs) are cross disability organizations that provide independent living skills training and services that allow people to live independently and avoid institutional placement.
The Brain & Spinal Cord 
Injury Program
The Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program assists newly injured medically stable individuals transition to living with paralysis and/or brain injury, including rehabilitation, getting assistive technology and support groups.
Blind Services Foundation 
of Florida
Blind Services Foundation of Florida funds programs for Floridians of all ages who are blind or visually impaired. The Foundation also raises awareness about the abilities of persons who are blind or visually impaired.
James Patrick Work 
Incentive Program
The James Patrick Work Incentive Program provides funding for a personal care attendant for persons who do not have the use of their arms or their legs so they can get up in the morning and get ready for work.