Grant Partners

Supporting Our Mission

Highlights of community-based grants awarded to Will2Walk.

 
 
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3 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is excited to announce we have received a $2,000 grant from Sundt Foundation! These funds will be used to purchase assistive and adaptive devices for Arizona youth and adults with traumatic spinal cord injury.
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Will2Walk is excited to announce we have received a $2,000 grant from Sundt Foundation! These funds will be used to purchase assistive and adaptive devices for Arizona youth and adults with traumatic spinal cord injury. #w2wgrant

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Wonderful! Thank you!!

8 months ago

Will2Walk Foundation

Will2Walk is proud to announce we have received a $1,000 grant from the Peoria Diamond Club! 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 $1,000 grant from the Peoria Diamond Club! Funds will support our Wheels Up program supporting youth with spinal cord injuries. #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