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We believe in empowering those affected with paralysis with the best knowledge, resources, support, and community.

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Amy Purdy is a great example of personal strength and perseverance. The Double Amputee recently was interviewed by WRIC-TV about participating in Dancing with the stars and she says joining the world acclaimed dancing crew “wasn’t a tough choice at all.”(WRIC-TV) Purdy lost both of her legs at 19 to meningitis and went on to become a world champion in adaptive snowboarding and competed at the recent Paralympics for Team USA.

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Former football player Steve Gleason uses his Microsoft Surface to communicate and inspire others diagnosed with ALS.

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Actors Philip Seymour Hoffman and Jane Krakowski attend the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation’s “A Magical Evening” gala at the Marriot Marquis on November 9, 2009 in New York City.
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The Enforcer players sign their Men’s calendar and raise money for UCP San Diego at Jimmy O’s Thursday, Jan 23rd, 2013.


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San Diego Enforcers football Season is starting back up already! They are playing for United Cerebral Palsy again and we are going for another Championship Season because 1 IS NOT ENOUGH!! The First game is Saturday March 2nd at San Diego High School at 5:00pm and Eve Selis will sing the National Anthem at the March 2nd Opener. Reference

Tickets to Enforcers games are $5. Check out the website at http://www.sandiegoenforcers.com

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