Listen to Will Reeve's note to his 13-year-old self from CBS This Morning

Posted by Reeve Staff in Daily Dose on July 17, 2018 # News, Reeve Family

Yesterday, Will Reeve appeared on the Emmy nominated series Note to Self. He read a letter addressed to his younger self. It was a powerful testament on how his parents’ legacy lives on through the Reeve Foundation.

“You will face no greater obstacle than the one you are starting to overcome right now, and no matter which way your journey leads, Mom and Dad will live in you the whole way. How lucky are you?”

As Will shared in his letter, Christopher and Dana Reeve are always with us and live on through the Reeve Foundation mission: Today’s Care. Tomorrow’s Cure.

It is thanks to their perseverance and fierce dedication that we have ignited a new era of hope for the millions of families impacted by paralysis. We have invested over $138 million in labs around the globe to speed up the development of life-changing treatments.

Join Will Reeve by celebrating his parents’ legacy and donate today in honor of their commitment to creating a brighter future for all individuals living with paralysis.

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