Ekso+

FOR DONORS

There are a number of foundations and facilities actively raising funds to help bring Ekso technology to more individuals living with the consequences of paralysis. Clinics such as Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation, Mount Sinai Hospital, and Huntington Hospital have already been able to integrate Ekso into their programs with the help of such fundraising efforts.

Are you passionate about helping individuals with lower extremity paralysis stand and walk again? Visit any of the organizations at right to learn how you can help.

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Projects seeking donations

DISABILITY WELLNESS CENTER
Sanford, FL

“Recovery, ability, and empowerment: We will continue to bring the latest in cutting edge services and technology to our clients and the community. Standing, walking, and walking independently were things the spinal cord injured could only HOPE for. With Ekso in our program, those hopes can become a walking reality.” Learn more.

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FOOTPRINTS SCI RECOVERY
Nova Scotia

“Our primary goal is to bring tangible hope to our clients and the community, by providing Ekso Bionics’ state of the art bionic exoskeleton technology to our center. We anticipate researching the potential gains for our spinal cord injury (SCI) clients in strength and improved health through the natural process of standing and walking independently in Ekso.”

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SOLDIERSOCKS
US: nationwide

"SoldierSocks is committed to helping our soldiers take their next steps forward. Whether it be a soldier taking their next steps on the frontlines, in their education or career paths, or helping them get out of a wheelchair and take the next steps forward in their daily lives, SoldierSocks is there to support them."

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INFINITE HERO
US: nationwide

"Infinite Hero’s pledge to those who have risked their lives is to reward their sacrifice and bravery with support that articulates our gratitude. We partner with like-minded organizations to provide access to innovative rehabilitation programs that address the unique needs of veterans and their families."

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