Since 2011, A Walk To Believe has raised awareness and funds to support the efforts of various spinal cord injury research organizations. Awareness and education about spinal cord injury and its associated medical research and breakthroughs is vital to the cause and to those working so tirelessly to find a cure. We believe that even the smallest steps can make a huge impact. Please visit and support these organizations.
Team LeGrand of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation
Team LeGrand was established in 2013 by the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation in partnership with Eric LeGrand. Proceeds benefit spinal cord injury research and initiatives that improve the quality of life for those affected by spinal cord injuries.
Rutgers University Spinal Cord Injury Project
The commitment to a cutting-edge spinal cord research facility at Rutgers University was made upon the recruitment of Dr. Wise Young in 1997 and the opening of the W. M. Keck Center for Collaborative Neuroscience in 1999. The mission of the Spinal Cord Injury Project is to develop treatments for spinal cord injuries and bring cutting-edge discoveries from the laboratory to humans as quickly as possible.
Eric LeGrand Believe Fund
The Eric LeGrand Believe Fund was established in 2010 by Rutgers University to assist the LeGrand family in offsetting the costs of Eric’s injury that he sustained in a game against Army in October 2010.