Join the Kelly Brush Foundation for an exclusive and fun online event!

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
7-8 PM EST
Free to attend
All proceeds will support the mission of the Kelly Brush Foundation

What to expect:

  • 1-hour program hosted by our founder, Kelly Brush
  • Vermont craft cocktail demonstration and kit delivered to your door
  • Special introduction to Edie Perkins, new Executive Director of KBF who will share her passions and ideas
  • Engaging breakout sessions and personal conversations with KBF grant recipients
  • An inside look at KBF’s mission, impact, and initiatives
  • And more!

RSVP by March 12 to receive a complimentary craft cocktail kit.

About the Kelly Brush Foundation

An active lifestyle fuels a healthy body and mind, allowing us to be the most full version of ourselves. For those who have experienced a spinal cord injury, being active can feel out of reach. The obstacles are real: physical, financial and even the belief that it is possible. The Kelly Brush Foundation (KBF) is dedicated to making active lifestyles a reality, and uses  sports and recreation to help people who have experienced a spinal cord injury in their journey from injury to independence.


Adaptive Sports Equipment Costs 

Because every piece of equipment is custom built and designed based on injury level, user size, and mobility capabilities, the price tags are high. Here are some examples of equipment and their average costs:
$1,000 = Hockey Sled
$2,000 = Sports Chair (basketball, tennis)
$2,500 = Entry level Handcycle
$4,000 = All-Terrain Chair
$5,000 = Performance Handcycle
$7,000 = Monoski
$8,000 = Rugby Chair
$10,000+ = Offroad Handcycle

Our Mission in Action

See our KBF Grant Recipients in action in the videos below:

Ty’s GRIT Freedom Chair from Kelly Brush Foundation on Vimeo.

Handcycling – Amber from Kelly Brush Foundation on Vimeo.