The Pushrim Foundation has been a staple in our spinal cord injury community. Whether it's a podcast, a support group or an event, Ray, Carlos and everyone from Pushrim are going above and beyond to connect with the disability community. The experience and resources they provide truly help those in need understand that there is life after sustaining a spinal cord injury. The Pushrim Foundation is family!
I have been spinal cord injured for 15 years and dealt with many nonprofit organizations. Push Rim Foundation has been one of the few that I trust and know they are advocating and looking out for the greater good of those who are disabled. Ray and Carlos have been a pleasure to work with and have helped me with donations, networking and bringing out awareness in my community. Keep up the great work Push Rim Foundation!
As a manager of a nonprofit that specializes in programs for spinal-cord injury, brain injury, and stroke survivors, I often work with the Pushrim Foundation when supporters wish to donate powerchairs, wheelchairs, beds, and other such equipment for the disabled as we don't accept/can't process such physical items. Pushrim is always quick to respond to the donors and always helps make the process of getting the equipment to a Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center patient as easy as possible.
Pushrim, with their various services and vast expertise are an invaluable asset to those in the disabled community.
The Rancho Los Amigos Foundation is proud to partner with the Pushrim Foundation for our wheelchair distribution program. Through their expertise and networks, hundreds of new or gently used wheelchairs are distributed yearly throughout Los Angeles County to persons with disabilities who struggle with mobility issues.
2016 I became an Ambassador Pushrim Foundation. Such an incredible experience LA abilities expo and different events. I am disabled individual myself, I love being able to help anyone in need. I am beyond grateful for Ray & Carlos; giving others hope & to better ourselves in the future. We appreciate very donation received
Pushrim Foundation continues to make a difference in the lives of many people! Carlos and Ray always go above and beyond to make sure that those in need of equipment are able to get them. They are part of many other community groups, support groups, and Boards where they can make a difference in the decisions made that impact people with spinal cord injuries or other illnesses. Their help and support impacts the quality of life to our community. Thank you!
I have seen over many years the nonprofit of Pushrim, help so many people with donations wheelchairs and all kinds of different types of medical devices, also helping so many in the disabled community with their platform like the podcast they have getting out in the communities leading by example always encouraging and giving great advice. Also the great gatherings they have every year where they feed people and give great resources and information basically away for the disabled community to come together. Pushrim is a great organization I look forward to seeing their grade endeavors in the future. Thank you guys very much for the great work that you do. Continued success. Jeffrey Gamble
I am pleased to have met and worked with the individuals at Pushrim Foundation. They have very large hearts, and help the disabled community with passion and vigor. I'm excited for them to grow larger, and extend those helping arms to others in need in various locations.
Pushrim Foundation is a wonderful service for those with spinal cord injury, neurologic disorders and other mobility impairments. It is a supportive community where individuals can find a community along with support.
Pushrim has been a pillar in the community, they donate wheelchairs to people in need who have no insurance or need an emergency loaner to get by while theirs is being repaired
I've been a volunteer with Pushrim Foundation for a few years. It is great to be a part of everything they do, from helping at the different events they go to, to their social support meetings and more.
Pushrim has help me with my independence and self esteem and it has help me grow into the person I am today I hold pushrim close to my heart and the family I found. I love being a part of this Amazing foundation
Pushrim foundation has truly been a life changing organization for me and am sure to many individual with disabilities. Carlos and Ray has been phenomenal with helping me to build up my confidence, and giving me the safe space to be included and comfortability to speak my mind and be as articulate as possible to express what I want to say.
Working and volunteering for different non-profit organizations is a real treat and I proudly can say that PushRim is on my top list!! The dedication to disabled persons and their families and friends are phenomenal!! The resources, the wheelchairs, and the supplies given to the ones in need, provide smiles for both the givers and receivers. To see the dedication of the people behind PushRim is truly inspiring and very much appreciated. Thank you PushRim for all the love you continue to give graciously.
As a peer mentor I've come across Pushrim more than once witnessing their generosity with fellow clients. whether it's donating a wheelchair to someone in need, to donating their time to hear someone out . Pushrim has done a tremendous job .
Hello my name is Michael, I'm a c6-7 quad, I've been injured now for 8yrs. In the beginning it was very hard with having no one to talk to or any outlets to turn for advice. When a friend of mine who is also a quad talked with me and mentioned pushrim as an outlet to chat with others who where like me. Being able to discuss certain topics and everyday struggles was amazing, the group got me through tough times. Anyone who is new with SCI should check out pushrim ...
Excellent group of people that you can relate with and very resourceful.
Pushrim Foundation is one of most helpful resources for spinal cord injury in the community. I met a lot of amazing people that I can relate with and introduced me to try out new adventures.
This is an amazing & important nonprofit that uses their forums to educate the abled & disAbled community on life after injury as well as other disabilities. I love their get involved, uplift, inspire and giveback way of reaching the public. I am a proud supporter/volunteer and donor. Get Involved by becoming a volunteer or donor and help expand Pushrims ability to reach the masses. God Bless Truly Jerry O'Brien founder & CEO at NetworkerOnWheels.com
After I got injury is was hard. I didn't have any friends that were living with SCI, at times I felt like I had nobody I could talk to that would really understand what I was going through. I felt alone, a lot of times I really didn't feel like a normal human being anymore.
Through pushrim's social networking I found lots of inspiration, I was meeting people who were like me online from different cities, states. I finally had other people I could talk to. By talking to these people, getting their advice, and hearing their stories and getting to know them I was not only inspired, but I started to gain more confidence in myself. I've meet so many life long friends thru Pushrim.
Not only has the social networking site helped me, I also get so much inspiration and I get educated on many subjects through there Youtube channel. The founders of pushrim truly care and really want to help and support those in the community. A Great non profit organization, and amazing founders!!!
I'm a physical therapist and I refer all of my patients with a spinal cord Injury to this group for support, advice and friendship. The guys who run this are incredible and I'm so glad to have them as friends!
Excellent organization determined to aid those with Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI). Well-managed and efficient group.
Good day everyone I'd like to say a big thank you to Ray Pizarro and the Pushrim crew for their continous support and help. I was out and about one day and got a flat tire, Pushrim's Ray Pizarro was just a phone call away. Great people at Pushrim.
Good Day I’m a L1 Fracture burst incomplete Para. I have put it ALL on the line for over 20 year riding Mountain Bikes and Snowboards. July 3 2014 I ran that luck out. As my journey of a life of rehab began, I was able to make a rad introduction. I met with Ray Pizarro and Richard Bell, of PushRim.com. These 2 open doors for me and showed me the ropes. But better than just that I was able to make a difference with my support group. A lesson I have learned, when I think about myself, I dwell on my injury. Realizing this I find myself in a much better place serving the needs the Lords children. Here's s to Pushrim.com, Life after injury.