Will2Walk Announces 2015 Scholarship & Sponsorship Program Application Deadlines

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Up to $5,000 available to individuals and organizations

Phoenix, AZ – (January 25,2015) Will2Walk, an Arizona-based nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness of spinal cord injury research and improving quality of life for individuals living with spinal cord injuries, announces the 2015 quarterly schedule of application deadlines and decision dates. The Will2Walk Scholarship and Sponsorship program is designed to provide funding to individuals and qualified organizations that exemplify how those with spinal cord injuries can live a healthy, active and independent lifestyle.

Applications are evaluated by the Will2Walk Board of Directors to determine funding for requests that improve daily life for those living with spinal cord injury or organizations committed to research. In 2015, Will2Walk will consider applications on a quarterly basis.

2015 Calendar

1Q2015 2Q2015 3Q2015 4Q2015
Application Deadline:February 25, 2015 Application Deadline:May 27, 2015 Application Deadline:August 26, 2015 Application Deadline:December 1, 2015
Selections on or before:March 30, 2015 Selections on or before:June 30, 2015 Selections on or before:September 30, 2015 Selections on or before:December 31, 2015

“The Will2Walk Scholarship and Sponsorship program allows us to extend support to individuals and organizations that share our mission,” Rich Hamill, President. “We invite individuals with spinal cord injuries to apply to cover part or all of the cost for items and services such as fitness memberships, team dues, everyday living supplies, or participation in a special event related to spinal cord injuries.”

In 2014, Will2Walk delivered more than $20,000 through the program and hopes to grow awareness of the program and reach more people and organizations in need this year.  For more information, visit www.will2walk.org.

Contact:  amy.munoz@will2walk.org



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