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Move Someone Who Can't

The JFIIISCI Foundation has spent decades advocating for those living with a physical disability. Our mission is to provide socialization and recreation that is all inclusive. 

The John Fair III Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Foundation Mission

We are a SCI survivor founded 501(c)(3) organization focused on improving the quality of life for spinal cord injury survivors through recreation, and socialization. Our mission is to MOVE SOMEONE WHO CAN'T.

More decades we have worked tirelessly to provide youth and adults with disabilities, and their family and caregivers, opportunities for support, awareness, and resources. Watch this short video to learn more about John Fair III's incredible triumph. 

Learn About Our Recreation & Socialization Programs 


Our Annual Wheelchair Sports Camp provides youth and adults with adaptive sports, field trips, meals, and lifelong friendships.

This program is offered at no charge to our campers and their families so donations are gift-in-kind contributions are crucial!


Our Annual Holiday Party has become a popular event among Houston area families. Free to the public, it is a place for those diagnosed with a physical disability and their caregivers to socialize, make connections, and build a stronger support network.


The Stroll & Roll is a night of fashion and fun for the entire family. Guests can stroll or roll the catwalk while making lifelong friendships and connections. It is our biggest fundraiser. 

A Supportive Hug

Caregivers & Conversations is a monthly support group that offers caregivers a chance for support and education. Led by our founder, Cassandra Fair, attendees are able to find realistic solutions.

Why our work is so important. Current statistics.

The John Fair III Spinal Cord Injury Foundation aims to serve youth and adults throughout Houston and surrounding areas who are diagnosed with a physical disability to live happier, healthier lives. Recreation and socialization are vital components to well-being and mental health. Below are current statistics that fuel our mission to MOVE SOMEONE WHO CAN'T. 



Each year, in the United States, there are 18,000 new cases of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI).



Adults with disabilities report experiencing mental distress almost 5 times more often than those without disabilities.  



An estimated 32.9% of adults with disabilities experienced frequent mental distress within 14 or more days during a month.



The Activity Alliance survey found 64% of disabled people would prefer to take part in an adaptive sport

Help Move Someone Who Can't! 


Your tax deductible gift will improve the quality of life for a youth or adult currently living with a physical disability by providing recreation and socialization

Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors. 

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