The Steadfast Foundation
PO Box 77
East Lansing, MI 48826
Megan is an inspiration and loving person who was paralyzed in a car accident when she was only 17. She suffered from a complete spinal cord injury to t10/t11.
Community Fund a FreeWheel! The FreeWheel attaches to a wheelchair and allows users to push over surfaces that would typically be impossible.
Donations to the The Steadfast Foundation help fund our mission to assist young people in their battle against cancer, and those challenged by their dependency upon a wheelchair expand their horizons.
A high school student, Blossom was born with Spina Bifida. She also lost a leg to infect as a little girl
In 2012, I injured myself in a 20′ fall while snowboarding. I was a complete paraplegic who became incomplete through determined discipline and spontaneous return
In 2010, while playing college softball at Utah Valley University, I had an accident on the highway. I flipped my car 3xs end over end, was ejected, severely injured and had a 99-1% chance to survive the night.
I am a 55 year old women who loves motorcycles. I was in a motorcycle accident in 2011. I lost my leg at the accident and later they had to take it above my knee.
Nicholas will be participating in the LIMBitless Challenge 2017 at Table Rock. The FreeWheel will allow Nicholas to safely tackle the rough terrain of Table Rock with more ease.
Timothy is 29 years old. Tim has Spinocerebellar ataxia that affect his motor skills. He has used a wheelchair for all of his life.
In 2013 Jon was involved in a serious car accident. Initially, his family was told that he would not survive
My name is Bradley Wells I’m 28 years old and I’m a disabled veteran. I served in the US Air force as a security forces member and served at Camp Bucca Iraq in 2008 where I was a guard
I grew up in the country, so that means that I grew up working. When I was 14 I was working for a dairy, and dairies work 24/7
Born with Spina Bifida, Jake loves the outdoors, hunts, plays basketball and tries to stay as active…