Over the years I have had a hard time admitting that my disability impacted my life. I am normal, right? Yes, I still encounter the questions like, "you're too pretty to be in a wheelchair". "Wow, I am so sorry you are disabled", "It must suck to have a crappy life", "you work in a wheelchair?!?!?!". Imagine how crappy it feels to know that most of society really thinks you're incapable!??! But despite what society continues to tell me, I fully believe that I am normal, and I love my life! and I will continue to love it. I want to share my love of life and what I've accomplished with others and make sure others know who are in my situation that they can live a full and normal life. But the more people I meet the more I realize how many people struggle every day to live "normal" lives. I believe in order to fight and make a difference it starts with confidence and information. That's where Spinal Cord Injury BC comes in to help. I've learned how far we have come to help people.
Donate to help Kirsten raise money for 2019 Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon & 5k’s fundraising campaign.
|Donation date||Donor name||Donation amount|
|Jul 22||Kirsten Sharp||$800.00|
|Jul 17||Maya Pankalla||$100.00|
|Jul 14||john smithman||$25.00|
|Jul 12||Marlies Ernst||$50.00|
|Jul 03||Nicholas Forrester||$100.00|
|Jun 27||Jo and David Ross||$200.00|
|Jun 26||Mary Kruger||$50.00|
|Jun 24||Bonnie Nybo||$25.00|
|Jun 23||Bonnie Lovelace||$150.00|
|Jun 23||Kris Bergthorson||$50.00|