Quality of Life Grants

Deadline: 01/03/2006
January 11, 2006

Quality of Life grants, conceived by Dana Reeve, CRF Director and Chair of the Quality of Life Grants committee, are given to programmes or projects that improve the daily lives of people living with paralysis, particularly spinal cord injuries. Funding is awarded twice yearly to programs in thirteen categories, including:  accessibility, advocacy, arts, assistive technology, children, counselling, education, employment, health promotion, independent living, practical services, sports and recreation and therapeutic riding.

Details here
Address: Christopher Reeve Foundation
636 Morris Turnpike
Suite 3A
Short Hills, NJ 07078
Telephone: +1 800 225 0292
Email: info@ChristopherReeve.org

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