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 …

Will2Walk Scholarship & Sponsorship Program Awards over $20,000 in 2014

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Will2Walk delivers six awards to support quality of life initiatives for those with spinal cord injuries Chandler, AZ – (December 22, 2014)  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, announced it has awarded $20,100 in scholarships to two individuals and sponsorships to …

G-Therapeutics Receives $5,000 Sponsorship From Will2Walk Foundation

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G-Therapeutics, based in Switzerland, is the recipient of a 2014 sponsorship from Will2Walk Foundation in the amount of $5,000.  G-Therapeutics is developing a therapeutic intervention for paraplegic individuals to restore voluntary motor control of the paralyzed limbs.  The Will2Walk sponsorship was granted to partly cover expenses for the company’s attendance at Masschallenge in Boston. G-Therapeutics aims to make available for …

$3500 Scholarship Awarded to Joseph Jackson of Phoenix, AZ For New Rugby Wheelchair

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Joseph  Jackson of Phoenix, Arizona was recently awarded $3500 by the Will2Walk Foundation for a new, competitive rugby chair. Joseph plays rugby with the Phoenix Heat.  “My goal is to eventually represent Team USA, and with this new (chair) design and more experience, I am sure I will get there sooner rather than later.”  A student at Arizona State University, …