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Living with Paralysis

Living with paralysis: 25 years and counting

March 20, 2017

The day my life changed On February 17, I celebrated the anniversary of the day I was paralyzed from a spinal cord injury (SCI). I say celebrated, because that’s truly what I did. I was joined by my wife, Alesha, and my best friend, C...

2016 Will2Walk Year in Review

February 21, 2017

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...

Will2Walk Seeks a Development & Events Intern

January 12, 2017

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 you...

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

January 6, 2017

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, $...

Scholarship Story: Joe Jackson of Chandler, AZ

December 31, 2016

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 da...

Scholarship Story: Susan Crim of Davisburg, MI

December 28, 2016

When Susan Crim was just 17 years old, she was shot in the neck when she tried to end a relationship with a guy she’d been dating.  The bullet severed her spinal cord between the C6 and C7 vertabra.  The shooting took place in her ho...

Scholarship Story: Paul Crane of Scottsdale, AZ

December 28, 2016

In 1992, Paul Crane was involved in a motorcycle accident that left him with a T5 spinal cord injury.  An avid basketball player and downhill skier prior to his injury, Paul is now a role model for adults and youth with disability.  He...

Scholarship Story: Shaun Staunton of Yorkville, IL

December 28, 2016

Only 19 years old when he suffered a c4 incomplete spinal cord injury in a motocross accident, Shaun walks with a cane.  Prior to his injury, Shaun was a dedicated motocross racer, BMX biker and snowboarder.  Though he is not yet able ...

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