You can make lasting change in these people's lives by sponsoring them to attend Project Walk Claremont. Start improving someone's life today.
1. Find a client you'd like to help
2. Donate to that client
3. That client uses your money to attend Project Walk Claremont
IT'S THAT EASY!
JENNIFER BOU LAHOUD
Jennifer was injured in 2008 in a sledding accident. Jennifer's hard work at Project Walk Claremont has paid off--she recently was able to walk across the stage at her USC graduation in May of 2016. Help Jennifer to reach her next goal of standing independently.
Jared enjoyed a normal child hood and always loved to play soccer with his friends. Recently Jared contracted a neurological disorder, transverse myelitis, that has attacked his spinal cord leaving him paralyzed. Help Jared to say on his path to recovery at Project Walk Claremont.
On Saturday, May 21, 2011, at 3:15 A.M. John woke up thinking he was late for work. After John figured out he wasn’t going to work, John then decided to go downstairs, where there he mis-stepped causing him to go into a head first slide. John was then rushed to the hospital only to be diagnosed as a incomplete C-5, quadriplegic.
Andy is more than 10 years post injury after suffering a traumatic brain injury from an unfortunate skateboarding accident. Help Andy to say on his path to recovery at Project Walk Claremont.
Steve sustained a spinal cord injury in a 2010 biking accident. Steve and his family are so grateful for the support they've received over the years. Without it, Steve would not be able to afford to workout with his beloved trainers at Project Walk Claremont.
Injured in July 2012, John is it T-12 level injury that is making tremendous progress. Johnwent to sit on his balcony railing around 8:00 am to read the paper and sat too far back on it and lost his balance and fell over. The fall was 3 stories up and John landed on his breaking his T12 vertebrae.
Jason injured his C4 and C5 vertebrae and his spinal cord in a diving accident. Jason has made huge strides over the years at Project Walk Claremont. His motivation? He wants to be the best dad he can be for his son Jayden.
Brandon was in a snowboarding accident going off a jump and broke his C5 instantly. He was flown to the hospital and had a Halo put on for 3 months. Brandon's assistance that he has received through be perfect has allowed him to get up and out of his chair permanently as he continues to make strides in daily towards an independent lifestyle.