Bryce is running 50km because Perry can’t, help us find a cure for paralysis.

Twenty-seven years ago, Perry Cross broke his neck in a rugby accident that changed his life forever. At the age of 19 he was told he would never walk again. Paralysed from the neck down, relying on a ventilator to breathe and requiring 24/7 medical care, Perry quickly had to adapt to the profoundly difficult situation. Perry was left a C2 ventilated quadriplegic.

The Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation was founded to raise awareness of spinal injuries and has in turn, created a movement that has seen tens of thousands of people applaud, recognise and support the need for urgent spinal cord injury research.

The Virtuous Collective’s Director, Bryce Jenkins, is running 50km in the 2021 GC50, to raise money to support the unwavering efforts of the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation to find a cure for paralysis once & for all.

To find out more about Perry’s story, watch the video below!To support Bryce on his gruelling 50km journey on November the 28th & to donate to the Perry Cross Spinal Research Foundation, click below