Will2Walk awards $20K in scholarships

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The Will2Walk Board of Directors is proud to announce the scholarship recipients for the first half of 2018! These ten deserving applicants from nine different states were awarded a total of $20,000 in scholarships toward the following items: Derek Bollinger, Washington, Shower chair Adrienne Cole, New York, Motomed bike Todd Edgington, Utah, Therapy Thomas Greggo, Florida, Medical supplies Sarah Kelly, …

Will2Walk sponsors Camp with a Ramp 2018!

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Will2Walk is proud to be a Trail Blazer (Title) Sponsor of the 2018 Camp with a Ramp! Hosted by the Neuro and Brain Community Foundation (NBCF), this unique event will be held August 2-5, 2018 at Whispering Hope Ranch in Payson, Arizona. Registration is now open for sponsors, campers and volunteers. Camp with a Ramp creates an environment in which individuals living with spinal …

Register today for the 9th Annual Michigan Golf Scramble on July 28!

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Registration is now open for one of Will2Walk’s two biggest fundraising events! The 9th Annual Will2Walk Golf Scramble will be held Saturday, July 28 at the Woodland Hills Golf Club in Sandusky, Michigan. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Will2Walk Scholarship Program, which is designed to provide funding to those with a spinal cord injury in need of equipment …

Support Will2Walk during National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

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Did you know that September is National Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Awareness Month? Will2Walk invites you to learn more about how a traumatic injury can impact a person’s physical, mental and emotional well being and support those with SCI’s and their families. Ways to support us this month: Donate now to make a difference in the lives of those with SCI’s …

Will2Walk website gets spring overhaul

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We are proud to share our new website! Completely rebuilt from the ground up, it features a modern look and feel, improved browsing experience, new capabilities providing better support to those injured, and easier ways for volunteers and supporters to get involved. User benefits Search Engine Optimization (SEO)—those with SCIs seeking support will be able to find us easier on the web thanks …

2016 Will2Walk Year in Review

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Our 2016 annual review is ready! Thank you all for your support with our mission to inspire people with SCI to achieve the highest quality of life possible, keeping a “will2walk” through life with the challenges SCI presents to individuals, families and communities. Download 2016 Annual Review 

Will2Walk Seeks a Development & Events Intern

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Do you know someone passionate about advancing the cause of those with spinal cord injuries? We are seeking an intern to help with our Phoenix-area fundraising events. Position Description: Gain event planning experience and build on your fundraising skills while working with a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people with spinal cord injury (SCI) lead active, fit and independent lives. …

Eight scholarships total $15K in 2nd half of 2016

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The Will2Walk Foundation Board of Directors has approved scholarships for eight deserving applicants.  Three recipients are from Arizona, two from Florida and others from New Jersey, Wisconsin and California. Heather Baney of Arizona, $3,585 for a Power Assist for her wheelchair Joseph Delagrave of Arizona, $1,500 toward a Force RX handcycle Ryan DiGiovanni of New Jersey, $1,407.50 for Project Walk/Next …

Scholarship Story: Joe Jackson of Chandler, AZ

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Joe Jackson broke his C6 vertabrae while playing varsity football in 2005.  He was 16 years old.  Joe now attends Arizona State University full time and plays rugby for the Ability360 Phoenix Heat.  He trains and lifts weights five days a week.  When he’s not training, he gives back to the community through his own foundation, The Joe Jackson Foundation, …