Please consider a Christmas donation to The Paralysis Recovery Foundation

The Paralysis Recovery Foundation is unique in that, rather than focusing on research for the future, we work to help paralyzed people in the present, to achieve the highest quality of life possible with the best tools and treatments available today.

The Paralysis Recovery Foundation was started in 2018 by Rob Heitz, a recovered quadriplegic, with the purpose and goal of assisting paralyzed persons to receive the most complete rehabilitation therapy potentially available to them, even when insurance coverage has run out.

I would like to personally ask you to consider supporting our cause by making a donation and/or helping to inform others by sharing our mission through email and social media. Our campaign will begin on December 1st, Giving Tuesday, the international day of giving, and continue through the end of the year.

You can learn more and make a tax-deductible donation on our website here: www.paralysisfoundation.org/donate.

Our goal on Giving Tuesday is to raise $2,500 and gain 250 Facebook likes. The first accumulated $1,000 will be matched by an anonymous donor, so your gift could have double the impact!

By the end of 2020, we are aiming to raise enough funds to support one of our partner clinics, NeuroHope, which has lost ~$45,000 this year due to COVID-19. We want to make sure that NeuroHope can keep their doors open and continue helping people restore their lives!

Other Links:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/ParalysisFoundation

Instagram: www.instagram.com/paralysisrecoveryfoundation/

Twitter: twitter.com/ParalysisOrg

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