Funding to empower new experiences in adaptive sports for people with SCI.

Who Path2Active Supports

The Kelly Brush Foundation helps people with spinal cord injuries (SCI) get out, be active, and find independence and fulfillment in life post-injury. After an SCI, the barriers to getting active are real – physical, financial, and logistical. The KBF’s Path2Active breaks down those barriers by providing financial support to:

  1. Organizations seeking to offer new programs
  2. Individuals seeking to get active through adaptive sports programs

Whether you are an organization looking to develop a new camp, experience, or program, or an individual in need of financial support to try a new activity, attend an event, or test a piece of equipment, Path2Active is for you.


Please note: If you receive a grant, we may use your first name, state of residence, photos, and answers to specific questions for marketing purposes. But more importantly, we do want to stay in touch and hear about your experience with your new equipment.

Path2Active Scholarships

For individuals seeking to get active.

Getting back into sports after an injury can be challenging. The KBF’s new Path2Active Scholarships provide financial support to individuals who want to try a new sport, test out a piece of equipment, or build skills by attending camps, clinics, or other adaptive sports programs.

If this is you, apply here for up to $500 to get you on your Path2Active.