Sam Schmidt Foundation dba Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 6 6 reviews
PO Box 3661 Princeton NJ 08543 USA
The Sam Schmidt Paralysis Foundation (SSPF) is leading the charge for a cure to paralysis by funding scientific research, medical treatment, rehabilitation and technological advances. SSPF provides quality of life grants to organizations throughout the country benefiting people with paralysis and other life challenges. The Foundation works tirelessly in its advocacy efforts both locally and nationally on behalf of the disabled.
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US and worldwide
SSPF funds a Day at the Races program at selected racetracks, enabling a fun and informative day of networking with peers, as well as autographs and photos with race drivers.
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I have been to Sam's "Day at the Races" in Newton, Iowa the last 3 years and it's an amazing day that he provides for us! I'm sure it's not easy putting together an outing at a race track for quite a few wheelchair users and veterans but every year tops the last! It gives me an opportunity I wouldn't otherwise have to spend a day with my dad enjoying one of his interests (car races) and also get to know others in the same situation as myself. Sam understands what people need and does a great job in giving opportunites to keep on enjoying life!!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Newton, Iowa at the "Day at the Races" Iowa Speedway. Sam gives us the opportunity to meet, eat with, and learn about race cars, the drivers, and Sam himself. Sam's story is motivational in itself and then he gives and gives to others on top of that.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Nothing! Sam and his staff are amazing people that do a great job!!!!
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How did you find this group?
Spinal Cord Injury Association of Iowa
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
Independence, "freedom", a chance to do something I wouldn't have otherwise ever done.
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