Hong Kong Sevens 2013


The BKF shirts are back and black! The BKF shirts are back and black!   Donations of $150+ and you can be the proud owner of a BKF shirt (and some bars are also giving a free beer!)   BKF shirts are available at the following bars : KILA on Wyndham Street [FREE BEER with […]

Black and White Ball – November 2012



Coast to Coast Walk across England

by Chris and Tony Collins Dates: 18 September – 9 October. Starting point: St Bees Finishing point: Robin’s Hood Bay Distance walked: 192 miles/310km

Hong Kong Sevens

The sale of Ben Kende Foundation T shirts, donations and sponsorship.

Spinal Cord Injury Conference in Xian, China, May 4-7

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China SCINet together with other organizations held a conference in Xian from May 4-7 which focused on restoring the functions on spinal cord injury and other neurological diseases. (http://iscitt.org/iscitt4/program.htm)

Hike across England 2012


Chris and Tony Collins, Ben’s aunt and uncle, will be traversing England with a group of friends in 2012 – all proceeds raised by the hiking group will go to the Foundation.

Ben Kende in St John’s College Weekly Newsletter

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Go Dry For Ben! 2012


              Currently there is an ongoing event for Ben Kende called ‘Go Dry For Ben’. The Go Dry for Ben charity campaign was set up in aid of the Ben Kende Foundation. Supported by Laxton Marketing, the HKRFU Charitable Trust along with Peter & Jenny Kende the event encourages participants to not drink alcohol for […]


An incredible outdoor adventure of kayaking, swimming, and outdoor fun, held in Lorne, Victoria, Australia on Dec 4, 2011 In Lorne Victoria, organized by the amazing Peter McMahon!

Leading spinal recovery centres in the USA


by Jennifer Bovard I visited two leading spinal recovery centres in the USA on behalf of the Ben Kende Foundation in November 2011:- KENNEDY KRIEGER INSTITUTE “For many years, conventional wisdom held that most improvement from spinal cord injury occurred in the first six months of recovery, and that improvement was virtually impossible after two […]