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.

Projects seeking donations

SoldierStrong is dedicated to helping American military veterans overcome major injuries sustained while defending our great nation.By utilizing state-of-the-art bionic exoskeleton suits and the latest in robotic prosthetics, we are able to provide spinal cord injured and limb-injured veterans with the tools that have revolutionized the physical life enhancement and rehabilitation process once only imagined. Along with our SoldierScholar educational scholarship program, SoldierStrong is able to give our nation’s heroes the ability to successfully move onto productive quality lives.

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International Center for Spinal Cord Injury at Kennedy Krieger Institute
What if you could give a patient with a spinal cord injury the means to walk again? Imagine what an amazing gift that would be. It sounds like a miracle—but with your help, we can make it a reality by bringing the exoskeleton wearable robot to our patients. The International Center for Spinal Cord Injury (ICSCI) at Kennedy Krieger Institute has been empowering patients through innovative therapies since we opened our doors in 2005. The Center has brought hope for restoration, recovery, and independence to more than 1,000 patients over the last year alone through activity-based restorative therapies. The Ekso exoskeleton is currently on loan to the ICSCI until the funds are raised to purchase it. As we commemorate our 10th anniversary this year, what better way to celebrate than to bring our patients this remarkable piece of equipment?

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