Supporters

A few of the wonderful people raising funds for research to cure spinal cord injury.

Mount Kosciuszko Wheelchair Summit challenge

Earlier this month, a group of inspirational children and young adults in wheelchairs joined our ambassador Sam Bloom and the unstoppable spinal cord injury survivor, Steve Plain, to take part in the Mount Kosciuszko Wheelchair Summit Challenge. The challenge was a…

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The Spine Tingling Ride

Spine Tingling RideFrom Canberra to Humpty Doo by bike – a Spine Tingling Ride to help others

In March of this year, Andrew Kerec will take on the punishing, self-titled and self-designed ‘Spine Tingling Ride’ – a 5,450 km solo journey across Australia by mountain bike to raise funds and awareness for Project Edge and other life-changing not-for-profits and initiatives including Hartley Life Care and Livable Housing Australia.

The ride connects two places near and dear to the hearts of the Kerec family.

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A close call inspires an Ironman challenge

18 months ago, a mountain bike accident left Andrew Garey with a broken neck and a hair’s breadth from life as a quadriplegic. With support from his family and friends, and a long hard rehab program, Andrew is now back on…

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Immi K’s Afternoon Tea

Nine year-old Imogen has done an impressive job of raising funds for spinal cord injury research by hosting an afternoon tea.  Imogen is a dancer and can’t imagine not being able to do so. As the granddaughter of renowned SCI physician…

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Our favourite feathered friend!

The new book “Penguin Bloom: The odd little bird who saved a family” is a true story of hope and courage. It begins with a shocking accident, in which our friend and mother of three, Sam Bloom, suffers a near…

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Running again… just!

Earlier in the year Chris Barraclough had a close call with a spinal cord injury. He says, “I have never felt that kind of pain before and it took me … 2-3 months to be able to run without any…

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