Matthew Reeve, the late Christopher Reeve’s son, is training for the New York Marathon. His goal? To raise money for spinal cord injury research.
The Christopher and Dana Reeve’s Foundation was created after Christopher Reeve, well known as Superman in the 1978 Superman movie, was injured in a equestrian accident. His spine damaged, he became a quadriplegic. The Reeve Foundation’s goals are to fund and cure spinal cord injuries. They support grants, information, and innovative research that has helped to improve the lives of those with spinal cord injuries.
To participate in Team Reeve, support Matthew Reeve in his efforts to raise money, or for more information, visit The Reeve Foundation at http://www.christopherreeve.org.