Non-Profit Organizations Founded/Run by SCI/D
American Mobility Project
Bountiful American Foundation, INC. (d.b.a. American Mobility Project) was founded in the spring of 2019 by Mari and Gary Linfoot, and Bob Hyde. The foundation's purpose is to provide mobility and adaptive equipment and resources to those living with disabilities. Gary Linfoot was injured in a helicopter crash while serving in the U.S. Army in Iraq in 2008.
Anna Schaffelhuber Grenzenlos Camps
The Anna Schaffelhuber Grenzenlos Camps will take place in the Burghausen Youth Hostel in 2021. Further camps are also planned for this year in Lower Saxony and Baden-Württemberg . * They offer exciting sports experiences paired with exciting media know-how about film and photography.
Chris Norton Foundation
The Chris Norton Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people with spinal cord and neuromuscular disabilities live their best lives. By making a donation and helping us spread awareness, you’re bringing invaluable tools, therapies, adaptive camps and research to millions of people.
Disability Empower Network
Empowering Disabled Girls to Lead
Here at Disability EmpowHer Network, we value disabled women and we believe in the potential of girls and young women with disabilities to succeed and to lead. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and we're driven by our commitment to skill-building, encouragement, and mentorship. Learn more about us below.
Dubel Disabilty Foundation
Owerri, Nigeria - Dubel Disabilty foundation was founded as a result of my injury in 2008. I had a car accident which resulted to spinal cord injury and a broken chest causing a spinal cord injury at T6-7 complete. Dubel Disabilty foundation provides humanitarian services primary to people with spinal cord injury to help them live a better and comfortable life.
Garrison Redd Project
The Garrison Redd Project exists in order to provide individuals living with disabilities an opportunity to achieve real independence by highlighting the need for inclusivity, diversity, and accessibility in all areas of life. People of the disabled community are often subject to limited opportunities due to physical mobility, our foundation seeks to address this issue by creating a wellness initiative that returns that sense of mobility by providing active sports & workshops to improve health and well-being.
Joe Jackson Foundation
The Joe Jackson Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that strives to inspire, inform and enable children living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) to continue living actively; support opportunities for Joe’s quest to walk again; and to help spinal cord injury survivors.
John Fair III
John Fair III Spinal Cord Injury Foundation
The John Fair III Spinal Cord Injury Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all SCI survivors. We work to create events that are wheelchair friendly and focused on giving disabled individuals the opportunity to experience fun and exciting events.
Madeline Elizabeth Delp
Our mission at its core is to create an inclusive world for people with disabilities. We aim to use our four-step process in every city and country in-need to establish a system of inclusion for those with disabilities, while creating sustainable systems that will carry on.
Live to Walk Again
The Live to Walk Again Foundation was founded in 2015, and is the culmination of years of planning. The goals of the Foundation are two-fold:
To fast track a cure for paralysis by creating a platform where regenerative scientists and physicians can meet and work together, combining knowledge and technologies to design a groundbreaking, pioneering procedure.
To find new ways to improve quality of life for patients who currently have paralysis, enabling them to live optimally while a cure is being developed.
Mike Utley Foundation
The mission of the Mike Utley Foundation is to financially support an effective function-restoring treatment for spinal cord injuries, to encourage through education that of adopting a rehabilitative lifestyle for the spinal cord injured and a public awareness of spinal cord injuries.