How you can make an impactful difference today, tomorrow and beyond…..
Conquer Paralysis Now’s mission is to cure paralysis: paralysis caused by spinal cord injury, stroke, and diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, cancer and many others.
NOW, MORE THAN EVER, WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE CPN CHALLENGE….
CPN is embarking on a bold and powerful journey to accelerate the pace of spinal cord research and cure paralysis within the next decade. Statistics demonstrate that approximately 6 million people (1 in 50) live with some form of paralysis in the United States and roughly 1.25 million people in the United States are paralyzed as a result of spinal cord injuries. CPN has launched the CPN Challenge, an innovative series of research driven prize competitions designed to expedite and intensify spinal cord injury research and foster development of treatments to provide significant improvements in the quality of life for patients and to ultimately achieve a cure by 2025.
The CPN Challenge will fund up to $20 million in total grants over a ten-year period for spinal cord research leading to a cure and improved functionality for people living with paralysis. The ultimate goal of this resolute research quest will be to foster collaboration, engage scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and philanthropists to find a cure for paralysis.
YOU can help make an important and positive impact on the lives of paralyzed individuals as we launch this challenge for a cure. We offer a variety of ways to make a gift—to honor a loved one, to remember a special occasion, to support specific projects and one or more research stages of the Challenge Program, and to help CPN meets its capital, technology and infrastructure needs through the years ahead. Consider making a gift now utilizing one of the following strategies: and contact Craig Williams, Esq.-Director of Development via email at: email@example.com or by phone at 609-737-1919 for:
- Annual Giving-monthly, quarterly, or annually
- Gift of Appreciated Assets (including securities, real estate, collector items such as automobiles)
- Planned Giving-Bequest, Charitable Lead Trusts and Remainder Trusts
- Tribute Giving-Remember a Loved One
- Honor a Caregiver
- Host an Event or Program
- Remember Matching Gifts from an Employer
For More Information, contact Craig Williams, Esq., Director of Development via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at: 609-737-1919.