Alex Richter smiling in wheelchair

Neurostimulation research to expand thanks to SpinalCure supporters

In great news for Australians with spinal cord injuries, we’re excited to report that, thanks to our wonderful supporters and our New Zealand partner, The Catwalk Trust, our Christmas campaign ‘We’re so close’ has reached a critical funding milestone! The…
Duncan Wallace (in wheelchair)speaks with Kathryn Borkovic beyond

Lloyd’s charity golf day delivers a hole in one

We were delighted to attend the Lloyd’s Charity Golf Day 2021 in November at the Concord Golf Club in Sydney. A great day of golf resulted in a fantastic fundraising result for spinal cord injury, even if there wasn’t a…

Billabong employees donate in memory of ‘Marls’

The team at Billabong’s Australian office recently held a bake sale to celebrate what would have been a birthday for their dear late friend and colleague of 30 years, Marlene Wills.  Together, the team at Boardriders Inc (which owns Billabong),…

The Neilson Foundation makes major donation in support of spinal cord injury research

We are pleased to announce the ongoing support of the Neilson Foundation which has donated a further significant gift towards SpinalCure’s quest for a cure. Funding from Mr Kerr Neilson and the Neilson Foundation has been pivotal in bringing neurostimulation…
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Do try this at home—Fundraise for a cure in a lockdown

Lockdown can feel like groundhog day, we get it! Raise money for a cure and break the monotony for yourself and others with these fantastic challenges. With two trials currently running in Australia, we are closer to a cure than…
Do the Narna's trainer Daniel Bowman

‘Doing the Narna’ for spinal cord injury research

Tony Robinson, part-owner of gelding Do The Narna, has generously promised to give all his profits from the gelding’s racing career to SpinalCure. Tony is a great mate to SpinalCure Australia Director Gary Allsop, who he calls ‘the great persuader’.…
Physiotherapist with trial participant

Landmark trial aims to help people with spinal cord injury walk again

Wednesday 2 June, Sydney, Australia: Australian researchers are embarking on a landmark international trial which aims to help people with spinal cord injury walk again. Led by researchers at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) and primarily funded by SpinalCure Australia and…
Crowd assembled for Lloyd's fundraising event

Lloyd’s annual golf day raises over $28,000 for research

SpinalCure Australia would like to thank Lloyd’s Australia for hosting their sixth  annual charity Golf Day on Thursday 11 March, 2021 at Sydney’s Concord Golf Club. Participants generously helped raise $28,602 which will be invested to help find a cure…

'How fracturing my neck made me want to give back to others'

Mitch Rule, from the Basin in Victoria, was playing Australian rules football in April this year when he suffered a brutal on-field collision that left him concussed and with fractured C6 vertebrae in his neck. Mitch, 25, was extremely lucky not…