Financial Resources

The lifetime costs for a spinal cord injury can total in the millions for victims and their families. In most cases, insurance only covers a fraction of these costs over a lifetime. We at Project Walk recognize the need to help spinal cord injury clients to have access to financial assistance. This assistance can take shape in the form of foundations, scholarships, and community giving opportunities.
 
The Community section of this website, you can find dedicated information on foundations associated with Project Walk. Here you will find additional resources that may assist you in your recovery.
Project Walk Foundation
Geographic Area:
Nationwide
Project Walk Foundation
Established: 1999
Phone:
1-855-883-9950
Website: www.ProjectWalkFoundation.org
The Project Walk Recovery Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with paralysis. The Foundation strives to make alternative activity-based recovery treatments for paralysis available to all affected individuals regardless of that person’s financial condition.

The Foundation provides hope and a chance for recovery to those given little to no hope by traditional medicine. Unfortunately, these alternative treatments, though effective, are not covered by most insurance providers. As a result, we raise money for much needed scholarships to participate in these programs, which are offered at Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Centers across the nation.
The Be Perfect Foundation
Geographic Area:
Southern California
Project Walk Locations: Carlsbad - Claremont
Contact Email: BePerfectEvents@Yahoo.com
Website: www.BePerfectFoundation.com
Mission: The "Be Perfect" Foundation is an idea Hal Hargrave had during his stay at Casa Colina after his traumatic injuries. During his recovery at Project Walk and Casa Colina, Hal had been exposed to many spinal cord injury victims that did not have the financial means to cover all costs for Acute Care and Recovery. Hal was fortunate to be covered by insurance on some level, but for many spinal cord injury victims there remains expenses that go beyond what many can afford!
Help Hope Live
Geographic Area:
Nationwide
Established: 1983
Phone:
1-800-642-8339
Website: www.helphopelive.org
HelpHopeLive has a record of success helping families address financial hardships arising from uninsured medical expenses related to transplantation (solid organ, bone marrow, stem cell or tissue) and catastrophic injury (spinal cord or traumatic brain). We have several patients who are currently working with Project Walk and would love to be able to help as many as we can.

Established in 1983 by medical professionals, HelpHopeLive is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization, with headquarters in Radnor, Pennsylvania, that provides expert fundraising guidance to patients, families and communities nationwide, while offering fiscal accountability for funds raised.
Headquarters
San Diego, CA