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The Reeve Foundation Quality of Life program awards grants to non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis.

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What is Our Quality of Life Grants Program?

We award grants to non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with paralysis. Quality of Life grants are awarded to programs or projects that improve the daily lives of people with paralysis. Find out more!

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Did You Know?
  • 2nd Cycle 2014 is CLOSED.
  • 2nd Cycle 2014 deadline 8/15/14.
  • Results announced January 2015.

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      The late Dana Reeve passionately believed that while working towards a cure, there are millions of people who deserve an improved quality of life.
      "Our Quality of Life program is about freedom."
      --- Dana Reeve

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      Past Grantees

      Since 1999, the Reeve Foundation has provided 2,380 grants totaling more than $17.6 million to organizations that help improve the quality of life for individuals living with paralysis and mobility impairments, and their families.
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      grants for individuals

      The Reeve Foundation does not make grants to indivduals, but the Information Specialists in our Paralysis Resource Center can direct you to other resources.