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The Movement Collaborative - Supporting the search for a cure for Spinal Cord Injury

Closed Cause page created in the Health category by Bradley Smeele

$10,241 donated
Given by 130 generous donors in over a year

Raising funds for groundbreaking spinal cord injury research, to help bring movement back to those with a spinal cord injury.

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The Movement Collaborative is a foundation set up by former professional wakeboarder Brad Smeele who suffered a career ending SCI in a training accident in July 2014. The foundation (still in the process of gaining charitable status) is dedicated to driving collaboration within the SCI research community, while raising funds for groundbreaking research, with the goal of making SCI curable.

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Funds will be put toward funding spinal cord injury research and helping researchers to collaborate, with the mission of speeding up the search for an effective SCI treatment.

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Setting up the foundation   26 March 2019

Posted by: Bradley Smeele

We at The Movement Collab really appreciate all of the donations thus far. We are still in the process of getting everything set up within the foundation, to then start driving fundraising campaigns and helping researchers to collaborate.

We appreciate your patience and continued support. More updates coming soon.

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April on 15 Sep 2019    100 day challenge
Seriously impressed with your commitment! Good luck with the physio after 😂
Tom on 07 Sep 2019
Corey on 03 Sep 2019    100 day challenge
Kia kaha mate 💪🏽👍🏽
Alan & Michelle
Alan & Michelle on 31 Aug 2019    100 day challenge
Great work Paul, well done.
Laura on 31 Aug 2019    100 day challenge
Nice work! 💪

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