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Grants

Quality of Life Grants: 1st Cycle 2011: Caring and Coping

Quality of Life Grant Winner

A Helping Hand, Inc.
Durham, NC
$5,000

This grant will help to support Patients in Transition: Providing Critical Interventions to Prevent Readmissions in High-risk Populations.

Visit their website at www.ahelpinghandnc.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

A Sanctuary For Military Families
A Project Sanctuary

Parker, CO
$5,000

This grant will help to support Project Sanctuary, which will offer injured United States military and veterans and their families a retreat for reconnection and healing along with necessary tools to better equip them to deal with not only the physical but the mental wounds of war.

Visit their website at www.projectsanctuary.us.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Barrow Neurological Institute-Barrow Connection
Phoenix, AZ
$5,000

This grant will help to support The Spinal Cord Injury Women's Retreat, which offers one day full of rejuvenation that focuses on the caring for the mind, body and soul of women with spinal cord injury.

Visit their website at www.thebarrow.com.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Center for Independent Living
Ed Roberts Campus

Berkeley, CA
$5,000

This grant will help to support Re-Inventing Personal Assistance Services in the New Economy, which focuses on helping people with disabilities stretch their personal assistance service dollars further, so that a smaller amount of government funding or their personal resources will be sufficient to allow them to live in health and safety in their homes.

Visit their website at www.cilberkeley.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Indiana Emergency Nurses Association, Inc. (INENA)
Hillsdale, IN
$5,000

This grant will help to support the Indiana Emergency Nurses Association State Council Comprehensive Outreach Training - Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)and Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC.)

Visit their website at www.indianaena.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Schwab Rehabilitation Hospital And Care Network
Chicago, IL
$5,000

This grant will help to support The Community Outing Project, which is designed to show that life doesn't stop with a spinal cord injury, and will give participants the opportunity to experience all that life has to offer by providing group trips to various places of interest in the community.

Visit their website at www.schwabrehab.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Society for Disabled Women Pakistan
Faisalabad, Pakistan
$1,495

This grant will help to support an initiative to promote inclusive education in Pakistan to make possible the inclusion of disabled children (boys and girls) into mainstream schools.

Visit their website at www.sdwpak.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association
Columbia, SC
$4,286

This grant will help to sustain and expand Peers Helping Peers, a South Carolina statewide network of peer support groups for individuals with spinal cord injury, their families, supportive friends and healthcare professionals.

Visit their website at www.scspinalcord.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

Spastic Paraplegia Foundation
Falls Church, VA
$2,400

This grant will help to support the 2011 Spastic Paraplegia Foundation Annual Conference.

Visit their website at www.sp-foundation.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

The Children's Center
Bethany, OK
$2,801

This grant will help to support ATV Ride Safe Oklahoma, an initiative aimed to decrease the incidence of injuries and fatalities from All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) use, to increase the awareness of ATV safety guidelines and to provide ATV safety courses for youth riders.

Visit their website at www.tccokc.org.
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Quality of Life Grant Winner

The Somerset Foundation
Santa Monica, CA
$6,320

This grant will help to support Rolling Quads, a feature-length film that will tell the story of the "Rolling Quads", the nickname chosen by a small band of determined students in University of California at Berkeley's Cowell Hospital who, in the late 1960s, gave birth to the modern disability rights movement.
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