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Beyond 11 Seconds: 25 Years of Hope and Impact
On 10/20/1995, Travis was paralyzed in his first hockey game as a BU Terrier. Over 25 years, thousands of family, friends and fans have helped spinal cord injury survivors live more independent and hopeful lives
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New Gene Therapy Research Grant

Partnering with Wings for Life, TRF Makes Grant to Dr. Joost Verhaagen
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Dedicated to enhancing the life of individuals with spinal cord injuries and their families.
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Half of the money raised by the Travis Roy Foundation goes toward Quality of Life Grants to purchase adaptive equipment.

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The Travis Roy Foundation has awarded more than $4.6 million in research grants dedicated towards finding a cure.

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October 26, 2020

TRF long-time friend Kevin Cullen spent time with Travis at his home on Lake Champlain talking about 25 years of helping spinal cord injury survivors. Read it now.

October 20, 2020

Gene Lavanchy of Boston 25 News sat down with Travis Roy to discuss 25 years of helping spinal cord injury survivors with Quality of Life grants and funding important scientific…

September 24, 2020

At the Travis Roy Foundation, we are only able to do our work because of the generosity of so many of you.  This summer, you helped us raise over $350,000…

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As a teenager, Jeramiah was becoming an accomplished bullfighter in the rodeo circuit.  A tragic accident with a bull left him paralyzed while still in high school.  With the driving hand controls granted to Jeramiah by the TRF, he has been able to gain more independence and move on to college.

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"There are times in our lives when we choose our challenges and other times when the challenges simply choose us. It is what we do in the face of those challenges that defines who we are, and more importantly, who we can and will become."
-Travis Roy

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