Trust P-A Charity works to help fund the future repair of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) paralysis to enable a better future for injured men, women & children.
FACTS - Every day In the UK, 3-to-4 more people have serious incidents or accidents that result in a broken neck or back involving a Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) that results in permanent paralysis below the site of injury. So the prospect of life in a wheelchair, with its many limitations can be a very difficult future prospect. Over half of all incidents will have resulted from vehicle accidents, – either; in, on or impacted by a vehicle, car, bike or motorcycle, - others also include slips, falls or impact at work, recreation, diy, sport & military. The average age of SCI paralysed people is just 19years & three quarters will be male.
Promising recent scientific developments have demonstrated optomistic future prospects, with various research (problem solutions) phases already complete or still underway. This whole project needs continued finance to become ultimately available via UK NHS Hospital A&E Departments. Please join Trust PA in our work to achieve our ultimate Charity Aim - to continue funding the necessary work & tests required to enable the completion of restorative treatments to fix SCI & improve injured people’s lives & mobility.
Be assured that at Trust PA Charity we value every penny donated to help this important quest, especially in memory of Paul-André (P-A) Blundell. Paul-André was both motivated & inspired by this innovative, vital work to believe in a more positive future for himself & others severely impeded by SCI Paralysis.
Please, Yes we ask you for help... so that together, we can fund the process necessary to improve the mobilty & lives of injured Men, Women & Children.
Thank you in grateful anticipation; Rob, Gerri & Trust PA Trustees (NB: We have NO paid staff, only volunteers).
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How wonderful is it that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world? Ann Frank