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Kip Johnson
HelpHOPELive Southwest Spinal Cord Injury Fund
Kip Johnson suffered a severe spinal cord injury in December of 2003 as the result of a skiing accident. He was on his High School ski team, and was on his first warm up run of the day. Kip is now a C 5 – 6 Quadriplegic. Since his accident he has continued to move forward and work diligently in all areas of his life. Kip continued his education and received a College degree in Business. He has also been actively playing Wheelchair Rugby with the Portland Pounders. A year after his accident he began his involvement with an exercise based recovery program. At the present time he is happily involved with ADAPT Advanced in Beaverton Oregon. ADAPT Advanced training system is a neuromuscular redevelopment program.

Over the past six years Kip, and family, have been touched and blessed. The only way he has been able to continue on with his recovery is through the unbelievable support of so many. Without the financial support that has been possible through HelpHOPELive, he would not be doing what he is today. We simply can not thank all of you enough.
Kip has chosen to, and continues to fundraise with HelpHOPELive (HelpHOPELive) in part because HelpHOPELive provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to his contributors. Contributors can be sure that funds contributed will be used only to pay or reimburse medically-related expenses.
For more information, please contact HelpHOPELive at 800-642-8399.
Thank you for your support!

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May 8, 2009

I enjoy playing rugby with you, kip.

Jason Holdahl, Woodland WA

November 30, 2008



August 7, 2008