Denver, CO, July 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Colorado-based nonprofit, Blood Brothers Foundation, offers vehicle modification services to spinal cord injury survivors. Modifications include, but are not limited to, hand control devices and chair lifts. Blood Brothers Foundation is now accepting applications from individuals in financial need.
Installing accessibility devices in vehicles provides individuals with spinal cord injuries the freedom to drive themselves and their families. The modifications funded by Blood Brothers Foundation will change the lives of those who are selected as recipients.
Founder and Executive Director, Andrew Blood explains, “Regaining my independence after my accident was my number #1 priority and most desirable goal. Having gone through spinal cord injury rehab myself, I understand first-hand how expensive and difficult everything is every step of the way. I created Blood Brothers Foundation to relieve some of the financial burden on individuals living with a spinal cord injury. Being able to restore a piece of someone’s independence, getting them back on the road so they are free to go where they’d like or most importantly, where they need to go – is priceless."
About Blood Brothers Foundation
Blood Brothers Foundation was founded by Andrew Blood in 2012. Blood is a T-12 paraplegic who suffered a spinal cord injury on the job in 2004. Blood Brothers Foundation is dedicated transforming the lives of individuals living with spinal cord injuries by restoring physical freedom, mobility, and independence on the road. Visit us at www.bloodbrothersfoundation.org for more information on how to get involved.
The Executive Director of Blood Brothers Foundation, Andrew Blood, is available for interviews regarding life with spinal cord injury and how vehicle modifications change lives.
For More Information:
Contact: Sara Garriques, Program Director