Help Relieve The Pressure
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Help relieve the pressure for thousands of New Zealanders who are affected by a broken back or neck. Please make a donation today.
Three Kiwis a week are left paralysed by a broken back or neck. I'm sure you know someone. A car crash, a sports injury, an illness or a fall can do it. In a second, lives are changed forever.
Could you adjust? For many, the pressure is simply too much. You can imagine the pressure on relationships, jobs, hobbies and the whole new world they have to cope with.
There is a common misconception that our services are fully funded by government, but this is not the case. This year the New Zealand Spinal Trust lost a crucial funding source, and the pressure is really on to continue providing support services to relieve the pressure for Kiwis who have been affected by a broken back or neck.
Please support our National Appeal which runs for one week between 5-12 September
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We'll continue providing services to help relieve the pressure for Kiwis who have been affected by a broken back or neck. These include helping people get back to work, peer support, and specialist training and rehabilitation information.
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We help New Zealanders relieve the immense pressure they are under as a result of a broken back or neck. And we help their families and carers too.
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