Spinal Life runs a number of community events annually.
Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week
Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week is a national campaign that aims to create a more inclusive and accessible community.
The week coincides with World Spinal Cord Injury Day, an initiative of the International Spinal Cord Society to increase awareness of injury prevention and an inclusive life for people with a spinal cord injury.
As part of a national collaboration with the Australian Spinal Injury Alliance, we raise awareness about Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week and World Spinal Cord Injury Day through community events, the media, print advertising, social media and more.
To find out more, visit www.sciaw.com.au.
The Classic Wallabies Lunch is a highlight of the Spinal Life Australia calendar and has been held every year since 2005.
Originally organised by Spinal Life ambassador and former Wallaby Bill Ross OAM, the event features engaging guest speakers and a panel of sporting stars providing entertainment over a night of food, drinks, laughter and camaraderie.
The Classic Wallabies Lunch also raises funds for Spinal Life Australia to deliver a higher level of support to Queenslanders with spinal cord damage and related physical disability.
Our 2018 Classic Wallabies Lunch was held on 20 April at the Pullman Hotel, click here for more information.