The Steadfast Foundation
PO Box 77
East Lansing, MI 48826
I had heart failure due to a weak muscle in my heart and died. I had a spinal stroke during CPR which has left me paralyzed from the waist down.
My name is Killian. I am 9 years old. I was born with quadriplegia Cerebral Palsy, meaning all four limbs are affected. I cannot walk independently
9/1/17, I was in the ICU with neuroinvasive West Nile Virus, completely paralyzed and spent eight months in the hospital. I was discharged still suffering from critical illness polyneuropathy.
Bill is a 55 year old below knee amputee who likes to spend time with family and explore the Idaho outdoors…
After I broke my neck in 2015 I was unaware of the Adaptive community. I sat at home depressed…
My name is Linda and I was injured in 2002 from a gunshot, resulting in a C7 spinal cord injury. I am a thrill seeker and love to try new things, especially after my injury. My next adventure is a weekend in Prescott this August for what’s called Camp with a Ramp.
My name is Sharon Malone. I am a T/5 T/12 incomplete paraplegic since 2012. I live in Mesa, Arizona
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.