<p>What an incredible weekend! Our Third Annual Meetup drew exactly 50 Survivors, the largest group we’ve ever had! Between the 50, we had a collective paralysis experience totaling nearly 900 years. And that’s not even adding in the experience and wealth of knowledge brought by the dozens of supporters on hand […]</p>
<p>By the looks of this picture, you wouldn’t guess that The Here and Now Project’s Second Annual Survivor and Supporters Meet Up in Tukwila last Sunday got off to a bit of a slow start. With a bunch of last-minute cancellations, a couple of the organizers organizers started to wonder if we just […]</p>
<p>The Fourth Annual Green Lake Walk and Roll presented by the Spinal Cord Injury Association of Washington continued its streak of amazing weather last Sunday. The sun was unseasonably bright for the late October morning, and the Northeast corner of the lake was buzzing with more than 30 members of the Lynnwood High School Key Club scrambling […]</p>
<p>As we set out chairs and rearranged tables at the barn last Sunday, we didn’t really know what to expect for our first official meet up. Even with 39 RSVPs on our Facebook page, 18 of which were paralysis survivors using wheelchairs, it was still hard to gauge what the turnout would be. […]</p>
<p>Well it’s taken a little while to follow up on the first official event for The Here and Now Project, but that’s okay!! The 2013 Green Lake Walk and Roll put on by The Spinal Cord Injury Association of Washington was a resounding success!! With a turnout of over 400 […]</p>

Our mission

The Here and Now Project is a certified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run by a team of dedicated volunteers. Our mission is to connect and empower the paralysis community in the Pacific Northwest. Through private support groups, community activities and larger annual gatherings, we are building a fellowship of Survivors and Supporters who encourage and inspire each other to Do Life in the Here and Now.

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Peer support meetings, community activities and industry expos. Don't miss a chance to connect with the community!

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Community map

It’s easy to feel isolated after a paralysis diagnosis. Our goal is to have everyone place their pin so that others can see that they are not alone.

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Whether you’ve been in a chair since birth, or your loved one was hurt just six weeks ago, your story has the power to change someone’s life. Contact us today!

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