Darrell Gwynn Foundation


Miami Project Donation 2007The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
The world’s largest comprehensive spinal cord injury (SCI) research center, The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis is dedicated to finding more effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for paralysis. The Miami Project encompasses a broad spectrum of researchers, clinicians and therapists with substantial expertise in spinal cord injuries who focus full-time on SCI research.

The Darrell Gwynn Foundation enjoys a longstanding relationship with The Miami Project that actually predates the Foundation itself. In 1990, founder Darrell Gwynn had selected it as his personal charity. Then, in a weird twist of faith a few months later, Darrell was paralyzed in a racing accident and found his own future lying in the skilled hands of The Miami Project staff.

Nearly two decades have passed since Darrell’s paralyzing injury. Throughout that time, he and his family never wavered in their support of The Miami Project, continuing to raise funds for spinal cord research. Today, the Foundation’s commitment to finding a cure for spinal cord injuries is stronger than ever.

By uniting The Miami Project’s and Darrell Gwynn Foundation’s extensive knowledge and talents, we created a bold initiative that sparks an endless faith we will find a cure. With your continued support and perseverance, we know our fight to end spinal cord injuries one day will be won.

To learn more about The Miami Project programs that the Darrell Gwynn Foundation supports, please click on one of the following:


The Darrell Gwynn Fast Track Laboratory for Neuroprotection Studies.

The Miami Project Fertility Program.