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“Spinal cord injury strikes at the very heart of what it means to be human. An evolutionary amputation completed in a moment, it turns people from their upright, walking, running, jumping forms into seated compromises of themselves. This is the reality for 2.5 million people globally suffering from spinal cord injury.” - Mark Pollock (Blind Spinal Injury Advocate)
 
Here at the BKF, we believe we can find a cure for paralysis in our lifetime, and change perceptions about disability along the way.
 
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THE BLACK AND WHITE SPINAL CURE DINNER

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BOOK ANY OF THE OPTIONS BELOW, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM FOUND HERE AND EMAIL IT TO EITHER YOUR TABLE HOST OR BKFHONGKONG@GMAIL.COM  

 

About Us

Inspired by his courage and determination, the Ben Kende Foundation was set up by friends and the community in 2011.

 

We support endeavors to improve the lives of people with spinal injuries.

 

This site offers information on:

  • The latest research into spinal injury, mechanical assistance and others (and links to Spinal Research)
  • Rehabilitation sites in the USA
  • Wheelchair locals and travelers in Hong Kong
  • Guidance on fund raising for those who need a new wheelchair or want to raise money for their own equipment
 

Four Oarsmen row into the record books

Inspired by Ben's courage Peter Robinson, completed the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – 3,000 miles of rowing endurance – in record time. The Four Oarsmen, were raising funds for two charities - Spinal Research in honour of Ben, and Mind in honour of George's mum Anne.