2021

Christopher Reeve's 69th Birthday

Published by Google on September 24, 2021

Today’s Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is best known for his spinal cord research advocacy work alongside his leading role in four “Superman” feature films.

Score Values: Maggie Goldberg interview

Published by The 670 Score Chicago Sports Radio on September 21, 2021

On Score Values, Sean Anderson was joined by Maggie Goldberg, the new president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which will be hosting an event in Chicago on Sept. 24.

People in the News (09/19/2021): appointments, promotions, obituaries

Published by Philanthropy News Digest on September 19, 2021

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation has announced the appointment of MARGARET GOLDBERG as president and CEO, effective immediately.

Denna Laing Returns To Massachusetts After Participating In Spinal Cord Injury Study In Louisville

Published by CBS Boston on September 17, 2021

Former women’s hockey star Denna Laing is returning home to Massachusetts after taking part in a spinal cord injury study in Louisville.

Mass.-Based Cummings Foundation Appoints Its First Woman Executive Director; Calif. Supreme Court Justice Will Lead Carnegie Endowment

Published by Chronicle of Philanthropy on September 17, 2021

Margaret Goldberg has been promoted from chief operating officer to president and CEO of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

Bringing Attention To National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

Published by WBZ 1030 News Radio on September 15, 2021

September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, and one non-profit is looking to get the word out on the work being done to find a cure.

Goldberg named CEO of Reeve Foundation

Published by ROI NJ on September 15, 2021

Maggie Goldberg has been named CEO of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, effective immediately, the nonprofit announced this week.

Angela Merkel is finally a ‘feminist’

Published by Fortune on September 14, 2021

Margaret Goldberg will become president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Maggie Goldberg announced as CEO of Reeve Foundation

Published by NR Times on September 14, 2021

A new CEO has been announced by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to help advance its efforts to find a cure for spinal cord injury even further.

People with spinal cord injuries are at risk for more challenges with COVID-19, data shows

Published by KXAN on August 22, 2021

During the pandemic, we’ve heard a lot about high-risk groups for developing more severe illness from COVID-19.

How To Pick The Best Electric Wheelchair For You

Published by Forbes Health on July 28, 2021

An electric wheelchair gives the gift of mobility to people otherwise bound to their homes due to illness, stroke or injury—and the right wheelchair opens up a world of travel.

Houston doctor Rex Marco celebrates his 'Being Alive' on anniversary of accident that paralyzed him

Published by The Houston Chronicle on July 22, 2021

It took over 30 minutes for Rex Marco to travel a couple hundred feet in his sip and puff Permobil wheelchair. Marco kept getting approached by well wishers as he moved from the back of the worship center at Faith Lutheran Church to the front of the room on July 21.

Patient advocacy groups and innovators must partner to advance new treatments

Published by STAT on July 06, 2021

Expanded partnerships are a win-win-win for patient advocacy groups, companies and, most important, for everyone waiting for scientific advancements to improve their lives.

Reeve Foundation and SII collaborate to increase spinal cord injury support

Published by NR Times on May 26, 2021

A new Transatlantic alliance has been formed to expand support further for the spinal cord injury community.

Will Reeve Remembers Late Dad Christopher Reeve on Father's Day: He 'Gave Me Everything'

Published by People.com on June 21, 2021

Will Reeve pens touching tribute to his late father Christopher Reeve, reflecting on their shared interests for Father's Day

Eric LeGrand, Who Was Paralyzed in a College Football Game 10 Years Ago, Continues to Inspire

Published by People.com on May 21, 2021

Eric LeGrand, a former Rutgers University defensive tackle, was left paralyzed from the neck down after colliding with an Army football player during a game in October 2010

Global research alliance to advance groundbreaking spinal therapies

Published by NR Times on February 16, 2021

A new global research alliance has been created to help move forward groundbreaking therapies for people with spinal cord injury.

2020

A Doctor’s Mission: Finding a Cure for Spinal Cord Injuries

Published by The Buzz Magazine on December 01, 2020

Sometimes, life’s unexpected detour leads to the clearest of paths.

Houston surgeon paralyzed in bike fall donates $1.1M to paralysis research

Published by MSN on November 28, 2020

On July 21, 2019 Rex Marco became a spinal surgeon with a spinal cord injury.

Houston surgeon paralyzed in bike fall donates $1.1M to paralysis research

Published by The Houston Chronicle on November 27, 2020

On July 21, 2019 Rex Marco became a spinal surgeon with a spinal cord injury.

Houston surgeon continues to help spinal injury patients after his own accident

Published by Fox 26 Houston on November 24, 2020

A local surgeon spent his life helping patients heal from spinal cord injuries. That mission hasn't changed, after the unthinkable happened to him.

Ten Years After His Spinal Injury, Eric LeGrand Still Strong

Published by Sports Illustrated on October 16, 2020

He has no regrets about the play that changed his life - the moment that left him with a spinal cord injury and now in a wheelchair.

They believe: How Rutgers' inspirational Eric LeGrand has changed lives, 10 years after his injury

Published by NJ.com on October 16, 2020

The day LeGrand went to tackle Army return man Malcom Brown and did not get up from the MetLife Stadium turf. Friday is the 10-year anniversary -- which means LeGrand has been an inspiration to many for 3,652 days.

10 years after injury left him paralyzed, Eric LeGrand remains positive and busy

Published by News 12 on October 01, 2020

It has been 10 years since former Rutgers University football player Eric LeGrand’s on-field injury left him mostly paralyzed. In the time since, LeGrand has become a tireless advocate for spinal cord research and a host of other charities.

Meryl Streep Remembers Christopher Reeve & Wife Dana on the Superman Star's Birthday

Published by Movieweb on September 25, 2020

Superman star Christopher Reeve would have turned 68 today, and friend Meryl Streep is remembering the late actor and his wife Dana in an emotional video posted online by their charity group, the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Remembering Christopher Reeve

Published by Access Hollywood on September 25, 2020

Remembering Christopher Reeve

For 61 million Americans with disabilities, vote by mail should be a right

Published by Medium on September 09, 2020

Voting by mail for all registered voters can bring the ballot box to the door of the 61 million American adults living with a disability, many of whom are without an accessible voting facility.

Medical nonprofits forced to scale back as the pandemic upends their fundraising

Published by STAT on July 31, 2020

Medical charities have long relied on black-tie galas, golf tournaments, and bike-a-thons to fund their operations.

Learn "Why Inclusion And Accessibility Are Essential For Voice Technology" In Voice Talks Presented By Google Assistant On July 30 At 2 pm ET/11 am PT At voicetalks.ai

Published by PR Newswire on July 18, 2020

VOICE Talks Presented by Google Assistant announces its fourth episode themed, "Why Inclusion and Accessibility are Essential for Voice Technology."

Un solo centímetro, una vida arruinada: el accidente que hizo que Christopher Reeve (Superman) pasase de estrella a leyenda

Published by EL PAÍS on May 27, 2020

Un 27 de mayo de 1995 el actor se seccionó la médula espinal tras caerse de su caballo en una competición ecuestre. Hoy, cientos de miles de personas han visto mejorada su calidad de vida gracias a su empeño altruista y activismo incesante

Coronavirus won’t stop Eric LeGrand’s annual Walk to Believe -- and here’s how you can help

Published by NJ.com on May 26, 2020

Eric LeGrand was down in the dumps -- and that, as everyone who knows him can attest, is extremely unusual. He had big plans for his 10th annual Walk To Believe, a 5K run and fun walk held in Piscataway each spring. He had shifted the June 6 event to the night, with fireworks, a live band and a deejay to entertain the participants around Rutgers’ SHI Stadium, and the biggest fundraising goal for spinal cord research yet.

Fear of the Unknown

Published by The Players' Tribune on May 26, 2020

A lot of people probably don’t know that, for me and other people living with paralysis, COVID-19 is especially dangerous. It’s pretty much a death sentence. It’s been 10 years since I made the tackle that injured my spine. Sometimes I think people don’t fully get what it means to be paralyzed. They think, Oh, he’s just sitting down, he can’t move.

Airbnb’s Suzanne Edwards Talks Inclusion And Newly Launched Accessibility-Centric Online Experiences

Published by Forbes on May 25, 2020

On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Airbnb announced in a press release the creation of several new accessibility-centric online experiences designed for people with disabilities. The company said it partnered with disability organizations such as the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, the Royal Association for Deaf People, and The Arc to build these experiences.

Online inclusion: Airbnb unveils Experiences accessible for all

Published by Globe4all on May 21, 2020

And on May 21, when the world celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Airbnb announced that new Online Experiences became accessible to people with disabilities. Airbnb unveils new events designed by hosts with accessibility in mind.

Coronavirus is NJ: Mike Nichols, trying to stay alive, has a simple request of others

Published by My Central Jersey on April 22, 2020

As a hockey player for Monroe High School in 2014, he broke his C5 vertebrae and was instantly paralyzed. Because of the injury, his lungs weren’t able to properly expel the phlegm forming, making an extended hospital stay necessary. With the coronavirus pandemic ripping its way through the country, people like Nichols are at a greater risk. If Nichols were to catch the virus, he knows what could happen.

2019

Fifteen Years Later, Christopher Reeve’s ‘Superman’ Spirit Lives On Within The Spinal Cord Injury Community

Published by Forbes on November 26, 2019

Reeve then became a hero to the spinal cord injury community by founding the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation with his wife in 1998. To this day, the Reeve Foundation continues to raise awareness and research cures and improvements for people living with paralysis.

She fell 150 feet off a cliff while fleeing an attacker. Three years later, she completed her second marathon

Published by CNN on November 06, 2019

On Sunday, three years after a spinal cord injury that left her without full mobility of her lower body, Hannah Gavios completed her second New York City Marathon -- crossing the finish line on crutches in just over 11 hours, 18 minutes faster than last year.

Who finishes the NYC Marathon in 12 hours? Someone on a mission

Published by ESPN on November 05, 2019

Last year, Gavios completed her first NYC Marathon with the support of Team Reeve, a part of the late Christopher Reeve's foundation. She raced the entire course on crutches. This year, Gavios did it again.

NJ teacher pushes paralyzed alum to stunning time at NYC Marathon: 'Absolutely surreal.'

Published by Asbury Park Press on November 04, 2019

Watch Belmar resident Joe Rooney push paralyzed former Monroe High School hockey player Mikey Nichols in a training session for the NYC Marathon.

High School Teacher Teams Up With Alum In Wheelchair For NYC Marathon

Published by CBS New York on October 28, 2019

A New Jersey high school teacher and an alum are teaming up to participate in New York City Marathon, but they’ll need each other to cross the finish line.

GTX medical BV and NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc. Merge

Published by GTX Medical on October 22, 2019

GTX medical BV and NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc. Merge to Create Leading Neurostimulation Company for Spinal Cord Injury

Reeve Foundation to invest in paralysis-treatment companies, as more nonprofits act like VCs

Published by STAT on September 17, 2019

The goal of the new venture philanthropy model is to more quickly help patients like the late actor Christopher Reeve

Google donates 100,000 Home Minis to help people with paralysis

Published by Fox News on July 26, 2019

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and Google announced a partnership on Friday to better understand how technology can uplift folks living with paralysis. As part of the effort, Google is donating 100,000 Google Home Minis to help that community

Google, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation giving away 100,000 Home Minis to those living with paralysis

Published by NY Daily News on July 26, 2019

The giveaway is in celebration of the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

Google pledges to give 100,000 Home Mini devices to people living with paralysis to provide voice-activated assistance

Published by Daily Mail on July 26, 2019

According to Garrison Redd, an ambassador for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, who has been unable to walk for the past 20 years, the Google Home Mini can make a huge difference for someone who relies on a wheelchair to move.

Special Wheelchairs Make Jersey Shore Accessible to All

Published by NBC on July 26, 2019

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is making a day at the beach possible for everyone down in Asbury Park, NJ

Foundation Helps Dozens Of Disabled People Get Back In The Ocean At The Jersey Shore

Published by CBS on July 26, 2019

Friday’s event celebrates progress in beach accessibility. Special mats were added to three beaches in Asbury Park, along with adaptive chairs made to float in the water

N.J. beach will be accessible for everyone thanks to Christopher Reeve’s foundation

Published by NJ.com on July 24, 2019

“Access represents freedom,” the Reeve Foundation’s president & CEO, Peter Wilderotter, said in a statement. “The City of Asbury Park has become a landmark for diversity, acceptance, and growth. That’s why we decided to transform Asbury Park into a model city for accessibility and set a new gold standard”

Just Because I’m in a Wheelchair Doesn’t Mean Life Stops

Published by Healthline on June 20, 2019

From giving motivational talks to making people laugh as a “sit-down comedian,” Jessie Chin shares why his paralysis can’t keep him from living his best life

What I Want You to See About My Life With a Spinal Cord Injury

Published by Yahoo Lifestyle on June 19, 2019

"I also want you to understand – really see – the impact of paralysis. A spinal cord injury is so much more than the inability to use my legs and hands"

Erie’s Ian Malesiewski campaigns against disability misperceptions

Published by GoErie.com on May 20, 2019

See Us ambassador Ian Malesiewski shares his thoughts about being apart of this integral storytelling campaign with the Reeve Foundation

I Was Shocked to Learn My Disability Was Being Exploited On a Porn Site

Published by Shape.com on May 08, 2019

Having this experience made me passionate about fighting the stigma and stereotypes that many within the disability community are often placed in.

How One Woman Is Raising Disability Awareness After Learning She Was Fetishized on a Porn Site

Published by People.com on May 08, 2019

"Spinal cord injury is not the voice of one person on its own. It’s a voice of a large group of people who need to be heard together," says Laura Grace Beck, ambassador for the Reeve Foundation's See Us campaign

Tri-state pros bring in big money for New Jersey charity game

Published by New York Post on March 22, 2019

If there’s one thing that could bring Rangers, Islanders and Devils together, it’s Mikey Nichols’ annual charity hockey game

Esiason heads up Mikey Strong Charity Hockey Game at Prudential Center

Published by NHL.com on March 18, 2019

Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason will once again host at the Fifth Annual Mikey Strong Charity Hockey Game

Christopher Reeve’s daughter talks growing up with ‘Superman,’ keeping his legacy alive

Published by Fox News on January 31, 2019

Alexandra Reeve Givens speaks about growing up with a famous father, and how her family is keeping Christopher Reeve's legacy alive

2018

Technology Changes Outlook for Spinal Cord Injury Recovery

Published by U.S. News on December 19, 2018

Reeve Foundation Board Chairman, Jack Hughes, talks about how for the first time spinal cord injury may no longer mean a lifelong sentence of paralysis

New Hope for the Paralyzed

Published by New York Times on November 21, 2018

Peter Wilderotter, President & CEO of the Reeve Foundation, shares how technology has acted as a catalyst for the field of spinal cord research

Paralysed Superman star Christopher Reeve's son reveals his dad would be 'ecstatic' as patients walk again thanks to pioneering treatment supported by late actor's foundation

Published by Daily Mail on November 12, 2018

"I believe it is only a matter of years before innovative, technology-based therapies like epidural stimulation will become standard practice," said Matthew Reeve

After Paralyzing Fall, Woman Will Run in TCS NYC Marathon

Published by NBC on November 01, 2018

Though she was told she would never walk again, Hannah Gavios is determined to fully crutch the TCS NYC marathon

Woman Paralyzed After Falling Off Cliff While Running from Attacker Will Crutch New York Marathon

Published by People.com on October 31, 2018

With the race just days away, Gavios says she’s “excited” to participate and start on her next challenge

She Was Left Paralyzed After Escaping An Attacker. Now She’s Crutching The New York City Marathon

Published by Huffington Post on October 29, 2018

Hannah Gavios is taking on the New York City Marathon, on crutches, to raise money for the Reeve Foundation

Eric LeGrand, Team LeGrand set another record at Rutgers-themed fundraiser

Published by NJ.com on October 26, 2018

Team LeGrand raised an all-time event high of $60,000 at the sixth "An Evening with Eric LeGrand" at the Fiddler's Elbow Country Club

Spinal Implants 'Very Promising' for Paralysis

Published by WebMD on October 01, 2018

The results from these studies disprove the accepted wisdom that a spinal injury means a lifetime of paralysis

'Amazing' treatment helps paralyzed people walk again

Published by CNN.com on September 25, 2018

In a study in the New England Journal of Medicine, two of four patients with no voluntary movement below their injury were able to walk again after being implanted with a spinal cord stimulation device

With rehab and a jolt to the spinal cord, paralyzed patients take steps again

Published by STAT on September 24, 2018

Two research teams reported that three patients paralyzed from the waist down were able to take steps again after weeks of rehabilitation and the implantation of an electronic device

Two people with paralysis walk again using an implanted device

Published by The Verge on September 24, 2018

For Thomas, when she walked without help for the first time, “it was like watching fireworks, but from the inside"

Paralyzed patients walk again with help from pain stimulator

Published by NBC News on September 24, 2018

The experiments show that the spine can act on its own to move limbs, the researchers say

Reeve Foundation wants Asbury Park to be model of accessibility

Published by APP.com on August 21, 2018

The first steps were taken at the beach in June where the Foundation delivered on six floating WaterWheels that allow residents and visitors living with paralysis to safely navigate the beaches and enter the surf

Jersey Shore town makes it easier for beachgoers with disabilities to enjoy the ocean

Published by WPIX on August 20, 2018

Asbury Park now has six new ways for people with disabilities to access the ocean, thanks to a donation by the Reeve Foundation

These Jersey Shore wheelchairs are meant to go in the ocean

Published by NJ.com on August 19, 2018

The chairs are just the beginning of a larger initiative from Asbury Park and the Reeve Foundation to make the town and shore accessible to everyone

Reeve Foundation Receives Federal Money To Help Those With Paralysis

Published by New View Media Group, LLC on August 22, 2018

The foundation is the recipient of the National Paralysis Resource Center cooperative agreement from the Administration for Community Living.

‘Keep your head up and keep going’: One man's story of finding hope after skiing accident

Published by TODAY on July 30, 2018

After Alex sustained a spinal cord injury skiing, the Goldmeier family was able to find support from the PRC and were surprised by TV personality George Oliphant with a full home modification

Will Reeve, son of Christopher Reeve, on overcoming the lowest point of his life

Published by cbsnews.com on July 16, 2018

Will Reeve, discusses overcoming such tremendous grief at a young age, pursuing a career in sports journalism and continuing his parents' work to cure paralysis.

Eric LeGrand aiming for record-setting day at 8th 'A Walk to Believe' fundraiser

Published by NJ.com on May 28, 2018

Eric LeGrand, founder of Team LeGrand, aims to make his 8th annual A Walk to Believe 5k the most successful one yet

How intense was Rutgers' Eric LeGrand's charity flag football tournament?

Published by NJ.com on April 30, 2018

More than 400 participants played in the event, raising over $30,000 for Team LeGrand

How Superman's son is now helping others with spinal injuries

Published by The Telegraph on April 14, 2018

Matthew Reeve, son of Christopher Reeve, was at the opening of Neurokinex Kids, the first pediatric rehabilitation facility in the UK, and the first international NRN center for the Foundation

Will Reeve - the son of paralyzed Superman actor Christopher - issues a rallying cry as he works to achieve his father's dream of a world of empty wheelchairs

Published by Daily Mail on March 28, 2018

Will Reeve, son of Christopher and Dana Reeve, is continuing the work his father started over two decades ago

Mike Nichols' fourth annual charity hockey game features former NHL stars

Published by MyCentralJersey.com on February 27, 2018

Still going strong in its fourth year, the annual event has raised nearly $200,000 for spinal cord research and cures

Boomer & Gio: Previewing The ‘Mikey Strong Charity Hockey Game’

Published by CBS New York on January 23, 2018

Mikey Nichols stopped by the "Boomer & Gio" show Monday morning to talk about the fourth annual Mikey Strong Charity Hockey Game

Belief and the Wheelchair Warrior

Published by Folks Magazine on January 03, 2018

Since his injury, Eric LeGrand, Founder of Team LeGrand, has become a figurehead in both the football and disability communities, spreading hope and positivity

2017

Restructured tax code would unduly burden people with disabilities

Published by The Hilll on November 24, 2017

Peter Wilderotter, President & CEO of the Reeve Foundation, expresses the concerns of the disability community with the possible new tax codes

Christopher Reeve's Look-a-Like Son Is All Grown Up at Charity Gala

Published by People on November 17, 2017

Will Reeve, son of Christopher and Dana Reeve, attended the 27th "A Magical Evening" gala for the Reeve Foundation

Jerry O’Connell hosts Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation annual gala

Published by PIX 11 on November 16, 2017

Actor Jerry O'Connell stopped by PIX11 and talked about the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation's annual gala, which he will be hosting for the second time

Couple comes closer together by seeking paralysis cure and competing in New York City Marathon

Published by NY Daily News on November 05, 2017

Through every challenge and success in training for the TCS NYC Marathon, Rob and Julie have grown closer as a couple as they race to raise money for the Reeve Foundation

Million Dollar Man: Rutgers' Eric LeGrand overwhelmed by milestone for spinal cord injury charity

Published by NJ.com on November 03, 2017

Eric LeGrand, Founder of Team LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, expresses his gratitude for the ongoing support in the community since his injury

Paralysis breakthrough lets man stand on his own six years after a motorcycle accident left him paraplegic

Published by Daily Mail on October 30, 2017

An update on Andrew Meas, who has been using an epidural stimulator for the past 3 years after sustaining a spinal cord injury in a motorcycle accident

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation releases new edition of Paralysis Resource Guide

Published by Crossroads Today on October 10, 2017

This fourth edition of the resource guide features the latest information on assistive technology, home modification, universal design and much more

Jon Bellion Announces 'DREWAPALOOZA!' in Support Of Childhood Best Friend

Published by Billboard on September 13, 2017

Dedicated to his best friend, Drew, who sustained a life-threatening spinal cord injury, all proceeds from the concert will go to his medical care and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

The code-a-thon that aims to make the world better

Published by OZY.com on June 29, 2017

The Reeve Foundation was honored to be a part of JP Morgan Chase & Co.'s Code for Good program this year

Eric LeGrand speaks out against Trump budget cuts for paralysis resources

Published by Asbury Park Press on June 13, 2017

Eric LeGrand, Founder of Team LeGrand of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, wants to make sure others have access to the same kind of counsel he did on living with paralysis

Eric LeGrand's seventh annual "A Walk to Believe" tops $100K

Published by NJ.com on June 04, 2017

The annual 5k walk and run had over 1,000 participants raising funds for Team LeGrand and the Reeve Foundation

Eric LeGrand is a voice for people with paralysis

Published by Fox 5 on May 22, 2017

For his seventh annual "A Walk to Believe" 5k, Eric LeGrand, Founder of Team LeGrand, aims to raise $125,000 for SCI research

Third Annual Mikey Strong Hockey Game Raises Awareness About Spinal Chord Injuries

Published by CBS New York on April 21, 2017

18 former hockey players hit the ice on Friday for the Third Annual Mike Nichols Charity Hockey game

Penguin, the Magpie Who Helped a Family Recover from Tragedy, Honored with Her Own Book and Film

Published by People on April 04, 2017

"Penguin the Magpie: The Odd Little Bird Who Saved a Family” officially launched for release in the U.S. today, with part of the proceeds going to the Reeve Foundation

Choosing the Right Treatment Center After a Spinal Injury

Published by Media Planet on March 23, 2017

Bernadette Mauro, director of information and resource services at the Reeve Foundation, explains the best process for sorting through the myriad of rehabilitation options for families after a spinal injury

Eric LeGrand will receive WWE's Warrior Award

Published by ESPN on March 14, 2017

Jonathan Coachman touches upon the background of the WWE's Warrior Award and this year's recipient, Team LeGrand Founder, Eric LeGrand

Eric LeGrand named recipient of 2017 WWE Warrior Award

Published by ESPN on March 13, 2017

Eric LeGrand, Founder of Team LeGrand, will be the recipient of the third annual Warrior Award by the WWE at the 2017 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony on March 31

Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation Improves Lives

Published by NJTV on February 09, 2017

Reeve Foundation CEO & President, Peter Wildrotter, spoke with Steve Adubato on the legacy of Chris and Dana, the future of research and programs offered by the PRC

Donna Terrell Shares Couple's Story of Running to Walk Again

Published by FOX 16 on February 08, 2017

Team Reeve alumni Kelly Lamb and boyfriend J.D., who sustained an injury four years ago, are working to help advance the Reeve Foundation's mission