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abril 16, 2024 News, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update
"There are other people out there who are just like me!" Have you ever felt like an outsider looking in? Like there's nowhere you can go where you feel like you belong? Heather felt that way before she signed up for her first Wheelchair Sports Festival last year. In fact, it was the first community event, besides support groups, [...]
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marzo 14, 2024 News, Triumph Outreach Update
The long cold Winter is over. Springtime is here! If you're like me, the past couple of months of rain, wind, and dark skies have dampened many of my plans and efforts, especially my need to get outside and enjoy the sun. This weather made me reflect on my journey after injury and coping struggles, [...]
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febrero 19, 2024 News, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update

You’ve got to try to reach for the stars no matter how unreachable they seem. Star has never been one to let a tough situation keep her down. But an unexpected injury put her resilience to the test. Life took an unexpected turn for Star when, waking from a corrective surgery, she found that she couldn’t move her […]

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enero 18, 2024 News, Triumph Outreach Update
A Year for Resilience As we move forward into the promise of a new year, Triumph Foundation is fueled by a fresh vision—one that revolves around encouragment, support, and most of all, resilience. Our commitment for 2024 is a familiar goal: to deliver Care Packs to every newly-paralyzed person in Southern California - and to encourage [...]
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enero 3, 2024 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update, Videos
Inclusion Week We partnered with Inclusion Matters by Shane's Inspiration and Los Angeles Unified School District for Inclusive Schools Week. General education students had the opportunity to play wheelchair rugby and navigate a wheelchair obstacle course alongside their peers with disabilities. We kicked off the beginning of Inclusive Schools Week by visiting the Stanley Mosk Elementary School [...]
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diciembre 30, 2023 News, Triumph Outreach Update
“We're passionate about providing the relationships and resources that encourage people to keep moving forward.” Imagine the profound impact you can have on someone’s life as they face the crushing burden of a spinal cord injury without a lifeline to hope, resources, or a way forward. In 2023, your compassion and generosity made a significant, life-changing [...]
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diciembre 26, 2023 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update
One final story of momentum for 2023... We didn't want the holidays to go by without sharing one more story of momentum with you. Lesly was paralyzed by gun shot wounds, an innocent, young victim of random street violence. But she never allowed her injury to define her. Clinging to her family, faith and an innate [...]
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diciembre 24, 2023 News, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update, Videos
Wishing you all the joy the season brings!  Triumph just wrapped up 12 Christmas parties across Southern California, bringing hope, fellowship and resources to long-time friends and new. What an exciting time to be together and encourage one another to keep moving forward. We look forward to Christmas with our families and friends, and a brand [...]
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diciembre 20, 2023 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update
A look back on the moments that made us in 2023. Ever find yourself scrolling through your camera roll, wondering how you ever took so many pictures? We've been there too. But instead of whining about dwindling storage space, we want to celebrate the treasure trove of snapshots that remind us of the remarkable individuals [...]
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diciembre 6, 2023 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Triumph Outreach Update, Videos
As you can imagine, it is hard for anyone to be in the hospital after suffering a Spinal Cord Injury, but it is particularly difficult when you are in the hospital for the holidays. Every holiday season, Triumph goes to over a dozen hospitals all over Southern California to visit people who've recently become paralyzed [...]
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