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It has been over 12 years since Cruise was paralyzed from a skimboarding accident at Hammock Park, Ocean Ridge, FL. In a split second, he became a quadriplegic at 19 years old.

He spent 2 weeks in ICU at Delray Medical Center, where the care could not have been better. From very informative nurses to his case manager, the whole family came to feel very comfortable in that very foreign environment. So much so, that when it came time to leave and go to Shepherd Center in Atlanta for rehab, we didn’t want to leave!

Updates (2)

October 1, 2019

Read Cruise’s story and see his paintings and products on his website!

January 17, 2017

Family and friends continue to raise funds for Cruise after he suffered a C4 burst while skimboarding on a beach in Ocean Ridge, FL, December 16, 2008 and was immediately paralyzed from the chest down.

Funds are constantly needed to help Cruise pay for uninsured expenses like copays, therapies, the specialized gym he attends, his assistant he needs daily and other costs.

Cruise was treated in ICU at Delray Medical Center (excellent care BTW) for 2 weeks, then at Shepherd Center in Atlanta for 2 1/2 months (also excellent care!) before coming back to South Florida to start on a different path in life.
He has gained some mobility in his right arm in the past 7 years, his spirits are always up, he’s always the funny one in the room with his many friends who still support him, along with an amazing community of family and residents in our area who also continue to support him and the family.

It is so hard to find words to express our gratitude to all of you who support Cruise. When he broke his neck in 2008, we were faced with an entirely new way of living, one that takes strength that we never thought we would ever need in our lives. Cruise has a high level injury that physically limits him in so many ways,
he can’t do any basic things for himself that you and I totally take for granted. He requires care to help him through his daily life and therapies that keep him as
healthy as possible to keep the doors of opportunity open for recovery. All of these things take emotional strength and a continuous stream of financial help.

The benefit of Cruise being so young with this injury is that there are so many innovative possibilities for recovery as well as amazing asistive technologies to
improve his life. From stem cell and schwann cell research, to electrical stimulation technologies and more, there is so much hope for Cruise in his
recovery process. As we were told at Sheperd Center, things will be possible in his lifetime that haven’t even been thought of yet.

So many people deal with trauma and hardship in their lives and many deal with it quietly and alone. You, contributors, are the reason that we are so lucky to not be those people. Your generosity and compassion allow Cruise the opportunity to actively work towards recovery, a luxury that he just wouldn’t have without your financial support. We have been so incredibly lucky to have a community that understands that Cruise’s needs are ongoing, a community that helps us through year after year, so that we aren’t doing this alone.

To every individual who contributes towards Cruise’s recovery, we are eternally grateful. We can’t even imagine where Cruise would be without you!
You have changed our lives!

Cruise’s personality, sense of humor and the quiet strength fuels a community to rally around him. He inspires all of us everyday. Here’s to you, Cruise, and the strength that you bring to the world around you.

Cruise has chosen to fund raise with HelpHopeLive because this foundation provides both tax-deductibility and fiscal accountability to his contributors who can be sure that funds contributed in Cruise’s name will be used only to pay or reimburse Cruise’s ongoing medically related expenses.
To make a contribution to Cruise’s fundraising campaign:

Make checks payable to:

Note in the memo section:
In Honor of Cruise Bogle

Mail to:
Two Radnor Corporate Center
100 Matsonford Road, Suite 100
Radnor, PA 19087

To make a credit card donation:
Call 800.642.8399 or click the “Donate Now” button.

For more information, please contact HelpHOPELive at 800-642-8399.

We thank you for your support!


April 22, 2020

Hey Cruise, Keep painting, friend ... we are looking forward to your new shirts! Hope to see you on our next Florida adventure ... stay well! Sally and Randy

Randal Frazer

April 23, 2018

So happy to be a part of this great event. Cruise is truly an inspiration to all. He has so much strength and courage. God bless you and your family

Vickilynn Gajewski

February 23, 2018

Looking forward to another awesome event in this loving, supportive community!

Liz Bold

February 21, 2018

So excited to celebrate the 10th ANNUAL Cruiser Palooza April 21st at the Delray Playhouse with you Cruise. You're an amazing young man....

Kristi Vick