On Our Minds

The Neilsen Foundation staff often find themselves in interesting conversation with colleagues, grantees and members of both the philanthropic and spinal cord injury communities.  It’s an exciting time in the SCI field with advances in science and the ongoing discussions about disability inclusion.  We value collaboration, the sharing of ideas and developing innovative approaches to solving difficult issues.  Periodically we share thoughts and ideas with the hope of creating opportunities for dialogue.

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In the News

Helping Others Face a New Way of Life

LAS VEGAS, NV (UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, LAS VEGAS) - Scholarship donors look forward to their student recipients finishing school and going on to lead inspiring, fulfilling lives. But one Neilsen Foundation Scholar is making a big difference already. Meet Bradley Boe.

Website on Clinical Trials is Online

LONDON, UK (Wingsforlife.com) - A team of experts developed the website SCITrialsFinder.net. There, patients can easily enter their level of injury and then find out where appropriate clinical trials are. Here are the 3 most important questions.

Nonprofit Notebook – April 29, 2019

HARTFORD, CT (Hartford Business.com) – The Gaylord Sports Association received a $15,000 grant from Disabled Sports USA through the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation for adaptive sports programming and equipment for people with spinal-cord injuries.