Help Today. Independence Tomorrow.
A Night With Our Sponsors and Donors
We finished off an exciting and busy 2020 with our sponsors. Every time someone donates their time and/or resources to our organization they are making a contribution directly towards one of our clients. Each donation helps to create independence and freedom. Whether you are contributing by donating a product for one of our fundraising events, volunteering at an event, or financially supporting our organization, you are making an impact.

Neuro Assistance Foundation serves the Spinal Cord community by providing minor modifications to the home or vehicle, financial assistance towards rehabilitative services, and providing much needed durable medical equipment. These are basic needs for individuals living with Spinal Cord injuries or disabilities and creates a safe environment that we hope deters future hospital stays!

Are you a stakeholder in a large corporation and looking for a cause worth supporting in 2021? Perhaps you are a busy parent looking for an organization you and your children can support together. Maybe you are a working professional with a love for jogging? I urge you to consider Neuro Assistance Foundation as an organization worth supporting in the coming year.
2020 Year-End Statistics

At this time of the year we like to take a look back to see who we helped this year. Take a look!

161 clients from DFW and Houston

Our youngest clients were two-year-olds - we actually had 3 two-year-old clients: McKenna, Savanah & Gilma. All girls have spina bifida. Wheelchair, rent & catheters were provided.

Our oldest client was 76 year-old Steven, who received a shower chair system after a fall at home leaving him a paraplegic.

Motor vehicle accidents continue to be the leading cause of paralysis for our clients with over 50% of our clients having been in some type of accident with a car, truck, motorcycle or ATV.

Mobility equipment continues to be the most requested form of assistance and saw a 43% increase over 2019. This category includes wheelchairs, repairs on chairs, hospital beds, complex shower chairs and lifts.
Are you interested in what Neuro Assistance Foundation has planned for 2021? Here is a sneak peak at what we hope to accomplish in 2021...

We hope you are able to join us at one of our fundraising events in the coming year. Come to play, network, support the cause, or volunteer! Everyone is welcome!

More details to come.
New Year's Resolutions
Well it's that time of year when people kick it into high gear and get motivated with plans, goals, and dreams for the coming year. We would love to hear from you!

What do you envision for 2021? Do you have new health goals? Let us know which diet or exercise regime you are going to dive into! Fun travel plans? Any recommendations of where we should go?

Which organizations and causes do you want to support in 2021? Share your thoughts with us. We love to hear what our neighbors are focusing on as we begin a new year.

In 2021 I plan to go scuba diving, learn something new, and actually use the gym I am a member of.... (I like to keep these a bit broad!)
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To learn more, please visit: (and remember to select Neuro Assistance Foundation as your charity of choice).
Huge THANKS to these organizations for the generous 4th Quarter grants provided to help NAF's kids. Your funding helps our kids remain independent and healthy! Together we can change lives.

Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth and the Kiwanis Services Foundation
Texas Motor Speedway Children's Charities
Meet McKenna...
NAF provided McKenna (Age 2) with a wheelchair and some ramps for her home. We are incredibly thankful for the opportunity to help children like McKenna in our community!

Providing independence and mobility to our kids is our mission and McKenna fills our hearts with joy!
Meet Savannah...
This little angel, Savannah (Age 2) just had spinal surgery at Cook Children's Hospital. Her family needed help with some expenses and her case manager reached out to us to help. We never want parents worrying about bills while they have a child in the hospital. We were happy to take a little pressure off her father.

Savannah is pictured with her brother, Jovanni, age 4, at their baptism. Welcome to our NAF family!

Savannah's bio sent by her father:
Savannah was born 7 weeks early. She spent the first 90 days in the NICU at Hendricks Medical Center in Abilene. During her time in the NICU, they found she has a VSD in her heart as well as congenital scoliosis. We were referred to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas where an MRI was performed and found that she had a tethered spinal cord that required immediate surgery to give her the possibility of being able to crawl and walk. The surgery at Cook Children's went well and now we just wait and pray that all goes well.
Meet Joe...
Joe, age 28, was injured last year and is living with a spinal cord injury. He wanted to get back to driving so NAF jumped in and helped get new hand controls installed in his vehicle. His smile says it all! Independence feels great!
Meet Board Member
Brandi Fletcher
Brandi Fletcher joined the Neuro Assistance Foundation board in 2019, and assists on the Events Committee. For a career, Brandi is a tax partner for Whitley Penn, LLP which is a full service accounting firm. She works in the Fort Worth office and has been working in the industry for over 14 years. Brandi is a CPA and a graduate of Sam Houston State University, where she received a BBA degree focused in accounting.

“I was introduced to the Neuro Assistance Foundation by another board member, Jill McKean. I joined the Neuro Assistance Foundation board because I always want to help others and felt this was a way I could do that while using my financial skill set. Once I heard some of the amazing stories which the organization was a part of it made me even more excited to join the group. The foundation has helped so many people of all ages and I am so grateful to be able to be a part of it!”

Brandi is married to her husband, Keith, and has 2 children, Brooklyn (9) and William (6). She lives in Aledo, Texas. They spend most of their time coaching and helping with their kids sports teams and travelling when able. They are very involved with their church community and try to give back as much as possible as a family.
Meet the NAF Board Members...
We could not do what we do everyday without the support of our board members! They are invaluable to our cause.

  • Barry Clark, PeachTree Construction - Board Member
  • Brandi Fletcher, WhitleyPenn - Board Member
  • Brian Tatum, Krystal Clean Car Wash - Board Member
  • Cindi Cooperman, Executive Director
  • Jill McKean-Bilby, BOK Financial - Board Member
  • Mike Shipka, United Access - Board Member
  • Stephen Mackintosh, Group Dynamix - Board Member
  • Steve Wright, TCF Bank - Board Member
  • Vicki Niedermayer, Helping Restore Ability - Board Member
  • Yvonne Freeman, Sabre - Board Member
THANK YOU To Our Sponsors! 
We Need Your Help
Donate ~ Sponsor ~ Volunteer
Your $25 donation will help provide clean catheters to a paralyzed child for one month when their insurance won't cover the expense.

Your $100 donation will help build a wheelchair ramp so we can get our clients out of rehab and through their front door at home.

Your $200 donation will help widen the doorways in their homes so their wheelchair can fit through the bathroom door. Insurance doesn't covers home modifications.

Your $500 donation will help provide life-changing medical equipment: wheelchairs and specialized shower chairs, etc. Most insurance only covers a small part of wheelchairs, if any, and no "bathing aids" are covered. 

No donation is too small. Click here for more information!
Neuro Assistance Foundation 
2320 Bridgewood Drive, 
Keller, TX 76262
(817) 741 0444