Grant Partners

Supporting Our Mission

Highlights of community-based grants awarded to Will2Walk.

 
 
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3 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is proud to announce we have received a $1,500 grant from the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation! Funds will support our Wheels Up program supporting youth with spinal cord injuries.

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Will2Walk is proud to announce we have received a $1,500 grant from the Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation! Funds will support our Wheels Up program supporting youth with spinal cord injuries. #w2wgrant

6 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is proud to announce that we have received a $500 grant from Desert Diamond West Valley Casino! Funds will support our Wheels Up program supporting youth with spinal cord injuries.

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Will2Walk is proud to announce that we have received a $500 grant from Desert Diamond West Valley Casino! Funds will support our Wheels Up program supporting youth with spinal cord injuries. #w2wgrant

6 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

The good news keeps on coming! Will2Walk recently received a $2,500 grant from Sunstate Equipment Foundation for a youth sports wheelchair. To learn more about Sunstate, visit their website: www.sunstatefoundation.com/

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The good news keeps on coming! Will2Walk recently received a $2,500 grant from Sunstate Equipment Foundation for a youth sports wheelchair. To learn more about Sunstate, visit their website: https://www.sunstatefoundation.com/ #w2wgrant

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7 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is ecstatic to announce a $1,000 grant from Arizona Women's Partnership to support programs for youth with spinal cord injuries. To learn more about this all-volunteer nonprofit, visit their website: www.azwp.org.

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Will2Walk is ecstatic to announce a $1,000 grant from Arizona Womens Partnership to support programs for youth with spinal cord injuries. To learn more about this all-volunteer nonprofit, visit their website: www.azwp.org. #w2wgrant

8 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is excited to announce that we have received a $1,000 grant from The West Valley Mavericks Foundation! These funds will be used to purchase commode transfer chairs for veterans with spinal cord injuries. For more information on this wonderful organization, visit their website: westvalleymavericksfoundation.org/

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Will2Walk is excited to announce that we have received a $1,000 grant from The West Valley Mavericks Foundation! These funds will be used to purchase commode transfer chairs for veterans with spinal cord injuries. For more information on this wonderful organization, visit their website: https://westvalleymavericksfoundation.org/ #w2wgrant

Highlighted Recipients

Amanda Perla

Amanda Perla

AWARDED $2,200

Amanda was awarded a scholarship for a new ActiveAid Evolution Series Rehab Shower Chair. Her severe spasms made it a necessity to have a safe chair to bathe.  During her senior year in High School, Amanda was injured in a car accident.


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Joe Jackson

Joe Jackson

AWARDED $3,500

Joseph Jackson of Phoenix, Arizona was awarded a scholarship for a new, competitive rugby chair. Joseph plays rugby with the Phoenix Heat. At age 16, Joseph suffered a football injury that left him an incomplete c6 quadriplegic.


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Erick Henderson

Erick Hernandez

Awarded $5,000

Erick was awarded a scholarship to complete a month-long, intense rehabilitation exercise program at SCI-FIT (SCI Functional Integrated Therapy). Erick was injured in a diving accident in 2010 that resulted in C4-C5 incomplete fracture and paralysis.


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Past Recipients

Over
0,000
NEW SCI INCIDENTS IN THE U.S. EACH YEAR

nearly
0,000
people in the U.S. are living with SCI

Over
$0,000
average yearly expense first year of injury